London, April 1: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will embark on a six-day visit to India and Bhutan starting April 10.
William and Kate will arrive in Mumbai on April 10 and will be staying at The Taj Hotel. While in Mumbai, they will meet and interact with the locals and will also engage in programmes organised by NGOs.
According to reports, they are likely to attend a reception, which will be held in their honour.
They will then fly to New Delhi and attend Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday celebration at the British High Commissioner's residence in Delhi.
Prince William is expected to give a speech in honour of his grandmother at the event. Following this the royal couple will head to Assam where they will visit the Kaziranga National Park.
Wiliam and Kate will also attend the festivities here surrounding the Bohag Bihu festival and will interact with locals.
Before heading to Bhutan, the Royal couple will also visit the Taj Mahal, a place Princess Diana vistsed 24 years ago.