The Royals in Jurassic Park? Kate Middleton and Prince William continued their trip in Cornwall, England on Friday, traveling to the Eden Project. There, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge encountered some very unusual creatures.
“The Duke and Duchess meet one of the baby dinosaurs from the @edenproject ‘Dinosaur Uprising’ programme,” the Kensington Palace account tweeted, sharing a picture of William and Kate interacting with the animatronic baby dino.
The Royals seemed to be thoroughly enjoying their visit, also exploring a rainforest biome, which is the world’s largest undercover rainforest.
Unfortunately, their trip to the Scilly Isles was temporarily postponed, which the Palace’s Twitter account addressed early Friday morning.
It's the tropics in Cornwall! We're inside the Rainforest Biome - the world's biggest undercover rainforest pic.twitter.com/9rc8UcAG2P— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) September 2, 2016
“The Duke and Duchess’s visit to the Isles of Scilly has been delayed, due to poor weather conditions affecting travel arrangements. They still hope to visit this afternoon if weather conditions improve,” the account noted.
It’s been a busy few days for the couple. On Thursday, they visited Truro and toured Healey’s Cyder Farms where Middleton was spotted pouring herself a pint of the alcoholic apple cider.
For more on their day out, watch the video below: