BRITAIN’S WILLIAM AND KATE TRY ARCHERY IN BHUTAN 1460643106 wills shoot
Eastern Eye Staff
BRITAIN’S Prince William and his wife Kate tried their hand at Bhutan’s national sport of archery on Thursday (April 14) as they began their first visit to the tiny Himalayan kingdom in a whirl of colourful dancing and music. The couple laughed as they tested their shooting skills at an open-air archery venue in the Bhutanese capital Thimphu to loud cheers from the gathered crowds – even when they missed the target. Bhutanese archers must aim at very small, brightly decorated wooden targets positioned 145 metres (475 feet) away from where they are standing. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge…
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