Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a royal wedding in Jordan, taking on an upgraded role.

Their responsibilities included behaving at the banquet and avoiding a Danish princess who smelled of menthol cigarettes and fake tan.

This duty was previously handled by Prince Charles during his time as Prince of Wales.

Charles represented the late Queen at several royal weddings across Europe.

The couple's appearance in Amman marks the beginning of a new phase in their royal careers.

They will now embark on frequent international tours, accumulating passport stamps and their nanny getting lots of duty-free Bacardi.

The expert suggests that William and Kate will bear the majority of international royal tour responsibilities.

This shift highlights their increasing prominence in the royal family.

It's an exciting time for the couple as they embrace their elevated role and become global ambassadors.