Cheeky builder snaps selfie with beaming Kate and Wills

But then again, this isn't surprising, especially for royal observers who know that Kate Middleton and Prince William's marriage isn't the fairytale they want everyone to believe it is. "Do you have some aspirations?"

She said: "We wouldn't have been able to afford anything if we didn't have the opportunity of the shared ownership scheme".

William cut in: "It is totally cool not to have that, by the way". It is hard, isn't it, to pinpoint one thing? This time, it was her Monsoon espadrille wedges, which she wore during her trip to India and Bhutan with Prince William in April and at the America's Cup World Series in July. One builder even grabbed a selfie with them!

Also in Truro, where they showed support for a £3.2 million campaign to raise cash for a new slate roof for the cathedral, William accepted a kiss from retired teaching assistant Linda Moore, 62.

They also took a walk to meet with hundreds of well-wishers waiting to catch a glimpse.

"My mum was better looking", William responded.

PM Modi to hold talks with Myanmar President Htin Kyaw today
And after supplying power to Tamu, India was willing to "substantially scale up" the supply of power to Myanmar, he said. He said they had also agreed to work towards a long-term and a mutually beneficial arrangement for trade in pulses.

The Duchess and her husband also discussed careers with a group of youngsters during the visit.

During the visit, the royals got to tour the facility, including the production hall and distillery, and met staff who work on the site. The Duchess of Cambridge pulled a pint for her husband at a Cornish cider farm yesterday as part of the British royal couple's visit to the southern English county to meet local businesses and charities.

The duchess poured herself a pint, which she then turned over to her hubby.

Kate Middleton looked incredibly lovely as she joined her husband William for a day of engagements in Truro, Cornwall on Thursday, 1 September.

The Cambridges will visit Newquay's famous Towan beach today where children are taught to surf by the Wave Project, an organisation that uses the activity to help reduce anxiety in young people and improve their mental wellbeing.