Not everyone is thrilled by Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s decision to embark on a three-day royal tour of the U.K. One Welsh official greeted their arrival saying he would rather “no one was having unnecessary visits” during the coronavirus pandemic.

Welsh Health Minister Vaughan Gething said he wasn’t “particularly bothered or interested” when asked on BBC radio if he thought the couple should travel to Wales when the region has been seeing high COVID-19 infections, adding that Wales is not seeing a decline in infections, and may need to institute further restrictions.

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon suggested meanwhile, that they travelled to Edinburgh despite being told that crossing the border wasn’t warranted.