Prince William Proves He Can Juggle It All During Royal Trip to Ireland

Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoyed the final day of their royal trip to Ireland on Thursday. At one point, the duke and duchess visited a restaurant and William displayed his juggling skills

By Elyse Dupre 05 Mar, 2020 2:56 PMTags
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Prince William is a husband, a father of three and the Duke of Cambridge. However, the 37-year-old royal reminded fans he can juggle it all (literally) during his visit to Galway on Thursday.

While attending an event at the restaurant Tribeton, William and Kate Middleton learned about the important roles the arts and culture play in terms of driving community spirit, participation and social inclusion. After speaking with a few attendees, William decided to display some of his own skills by juggling. He managed to keep three balls in the air and received a round of applause from the Duchess of Cambridge and the event's guests. However, he didn't have as much luck after a fourth ball was thrown into the mix.

"I've only done this once before. This never works," he told the crowd before giving it a go, per a video shared by the Connacht Tribune. He then added, "[I'll] stick with three."

The event was held in honor of Galway 2020 as the city hosts the European Capital of Culture on behalf of Ireland.

Kate wore a green Valerie midi polka-dot dress by Suzannah London for the occasion and accessorized her look with a Jimmy Choo clutch and a pair of Daniella Draper earrings that featured shamrock charms.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2020 Ireland Visit

The dynamic duo also stopped by the Tig Coili pub to listen to some music and meet with people who volunteer to promote the city. In addition, they took a moment to greet a group of well-wishers and displayed their athleticism by playing a little hurling.

Today marked the last day of the couple's trip to Ireland. They certainly had a full itinerary over the past few days and enjoyed everything from Guinness tasting to overlooking the Irish Sea. They also volunteered at Savannah House and visited Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health.

To see more of their best moments, check out the gallery above.