Kate and William dine with Swedish royals

Ann Santiago
January 31, 2018

However, Ms. Creese pointed out they do occasionally receive anonymous donations, and said: "It's such a selfless act anyway to donate your hair to help a sick child or young adult".

Pregnant Kate Middleton and Prince William have embarked on their first official tour of Sweden. Unlike traditional hockey, bandy is played with a curved stick and a ball, instead of a puck.

Marcus said before meeting them: "It would be nice to know if they have any Ikea furniture".

Kate and William will then head to ArkDes, which is Sweden's national centre for art and design, to learn about architectural work and designers' new takes on furnishings.

Prince George's parents also got to try some warm, non-alcoholic glögg as they sipped from a flask to combat the cold (below). "I could see that maybe they like to beat each other", Widing told the BBC.

So we have to admit that we feel just a teensy bit better about ourselves knowing that it takes a whole arsenal of products and tools to get Middleton's tresses looking as ideal as they do, especially when she's out on the road touring countries and meeting her adoring fans.

After their moment on the ice, William and Kate shared some hot chocolate with the schoolchildren who had been playing earlier - and before leaving were given a selection of bandy jerseys.

William and Kate dined with Hollywood stars Alicia Vikander and Stellan Skarsgard, a billionaire businessman, leading politicians, television celebrities and Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden.

The princess and prince then joined the pair on a walk to Stockholm's oldest public square, Stortorget.

But you can imagine how insane people would go trying to get their hands on a wig made from the hair of a real life royal - it's the kind of thing people would pay thousands for on Ebay. All the really interesting discoveries were made by accident.

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