The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Princess Catherine are on a royal visit to Poland, and brought along their two toddlers, Prince George and Princesss Charlotte.


This is the second trip the family has taken to the country, and is seen as a diplomacy trip to help maintain ties between the UK and Poland, following Brexit. The family flew into Warsaw on Monday, where they were greeted by President Andrzej Duda and the First Lady at the Presidential Palace.

The children, though, have been stealing the show from the royal parents. The blond-haired, blue-eyed toddlers are dressed up, and tend to keep all eyes on them. William and Kate, however, have always been protective of their kids, and try to keep them out of the spotlight. As such, they will be staying with their Spanish nanny Maria Borrallo in Belweder Palace in Warsaw, and with the British ambassador to Germany in Berlin, while their parents carry out their duties.

Throughout their stay, the couple will meet with Polish entrepreneurs, Holocaust survivors and attendees at the UK Ambassador’s gala for the Queen’s recent birthday. Prince William delivered a speech at the end of their first day to officially begin their tour.

On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess will visit former Nazi concentration camp Stutthof, which was liberated by the Allies in May 1945. Following the harrowing tour, the Brits will travel to Gdansk to see the bustling markets and the Shakespeare theatre.

On Tuesday, the couple will say goodbye to Poland and hello to Germany, where they will meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel and visit Berlin’s most important sites, before heading to Heidelberg and Hamburg.

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