William and Kate's first UK public visit since topless controversy


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made their first appearance in the UK since the controversy over Kate's topless pictures broke last month.

They met trainee lawyers who have been helped by a scholarship established in honour of the royals at Middle Temple - one of the ancient Inns of Court in central London - where the Duke is an honorary barrister and member of the institution's governing body.

William was making his first public appearance in the UK with Kate, since the controversy over the Duchess' topless pictures broke last month.

Trainee laywer Priya Sidhaih was one of the trainee lawyers to meet the royal couple.

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