Young Royals Visit Poland

Young Royals Visit Poland

Young Royals Visit Poland

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are, after all, determined their children grow up in private and not in the public glare.

We're not sure whether Prince George was being a little bit naughty, or was overcome with a bout of shyness as he arrived in Poland for Prince William and Kate Middleton's official state visit this morning.

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Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge carried two-year-old Princess Charlotte, who appeared to be as good as gold.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge landed Monday in Warsaw, Poland, with their young children, George and Charlotte, in tow as part of a five-day goodwill visit through Poland and Germany.

On Monday, Prince William arrived in Warsaw, Poland alongside his wife, Kate Middleton, and their handsome children. George and Charlotte will be seen on a number of occasions, most likely as they arrive and depart from both countries, while William and Kate will have jam-packed days scheduled.

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The beginning of any royal tour is always marked by the striking photos of the family disembarking from a plane, and, this time, we were greeted with all four royals making their way off the jet.

Kate and William were later seen without the children during an outdoor walk with President Andrzej Duda and his First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda where all four were seen laughing as the royal couple took in their surroundings at the gardens of the Presidential Palace.

Prince William and Kate will also meet survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi oppression.

The state visit is part of the royal couple's unofficial duties as Brexit ambassadors, as they attempt to strengthen the UK's relations with Europe as it prepares to leave the European Union, and comes a day after the pair were spotted congratulating tennis champion Roger Federer's win in the Men's Wimbledon Final.

Also on Tuesday, they will visit a museum in Gdansk commemorating the Solidarity movement which shook communist rule in the 1980s.

It was also pointed out that the duke and the duchess hoped to meet "as many people as possible" during this visit.

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