Prince William and Kate Middleton
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, hold a wreath as they pay their respects at the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel, one of the sites of the 2008 attacks, in Mumbai, India, April 10, 2016. Reuters/Mitesh Bhuvad/Pool

Royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton recently visited India early in April 2016. The Duchess of Cambridge also shared why they decided to leave their son, Prince George, at home.

“Because George is too naughty. He would be running all over the place. The next time we come we will definitely bring them,” said Kate.

PEOPLE notes that Princess Kate watched little girls dance during an Indian village event on April 13 at Pan Bari village in Kaziranga National Park. Middleton said that she missed her two kids at home. The royal couple has two children, George, 2, and Charlotte, who will turn 1 on May 2. Prince William spoke with the village elders, who asked why they did not bring their kids along.

William and Middleton will be in India and Bhutan for one week. Middleton reported that it was the longest time that she has been away from her children. Part of the purpose of their tour was to understand the pressures that communities and wildlife in the area are experiencing because of their close proximity to each other.

The elders explained to them how the village was set up in the 1970s after their former residence on Majuli Island nearby was ravaged by flood due to the changing course of the river and erosion. Elephant and rhinoceros groups also sought higher ground to protect themselves from the flood. As a result, the animals trampled through their paddy fields to reach their new home. Now, the village had to resort to growing tea instead of rice, since elephants do not move through tea plantations due to the absence of drinking water. The villagers added that they respect and love the animals and are willing to live harmoniously with the giant beasts.

The royal couple continued their tour of the place by visiting tea plantations, a traditional village house and some of the wild animals.

The Telegraph reveals that on April 13, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also experienced a 6.9-magnitude earthquake. They reportedly felt the ground moving while they visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam. The epicenter of the quake was in neighboring Myanmar. In the end, no people were injured by the tremors, although these allegedly reached Bhutan.

More updates and details on the royal visit in India and Bhutan are expected soon.