Prince George and Princess Charlotte Bestow Their Cuteness on Poland

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Bestow Their Cuteness on Poland

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Bestow Their Cuteness on Poland

Polish President Andrzej Duda, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda, the Duchess of Cambridge (in Alexander McQueen) and Prince William.

The royal couple and their children were greeted at Warsaw Chopin Airport by the UK's ambassador to Poland, Jonathan Knott, and his wife, alongside Poland's ambassador to Britain, Arkady Rzegocki.

Later, the Duke and Duchess will also visit the site of Gdansk's shipyards, the birthplace of Poland's Solidarity movement that helped topple Communist rule.

Germany for its part will show Prince William, who is a helicopter pilot, the Airbus training centre and the assembly line of the Airbus A320.

Earlier Princess Charlotte gave an adorable wave as she landed in Poland for a state visit with Wills and Kate while mischievous older brother Prince George looked like he'd rather be elsewhere.

The children will be looked after by a royal nanny while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge carry out a hectic schedule of official duties.

But all eyes will be on the couple's children, George aged three and two-year-old Charlotte, who are getting used to travelling overseas having joined their parents in Canada a year ago for an official trip.

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They later attended an event for young entrepreneurs at the Warsaw Spire skyscraper.

After that the Duke and Duchess will visit the Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of German unification.

It's this mission the royals have pursued in recent months in various European cities.

This is likely no coincidence.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shook hands with well-wishers and met with World War II veterans in Poland on Monday at the start of a two-country goodwill trip that is meant to underscore Britain's intention to maintain friendly ties with the European Union that it is in the process of leaving. We were waiting for this visit from the very beginning.

"Whilst every royal visit is unique, each visit is created to support foreign policy objectives and promote closer ties across a range of areas, for example cultural, economic or political, between the United Kingdom and the host country".

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