On the 18th of July 2017, Kate and William flew from Warsaw to Gdansk. They first visited a former Nazi German Concentration Camp Stutthof. Here they were given a tour by Piotr Tarnowski, Director of the Stutthof Museum and shown the conditions in which prisoners had to live at Stutthof. They then met with former prisoners, who told Kate and William about their experiences in the camp. They then made their way to Gdansk town centre, where they visited the market square and saw a demonstration of amber processing. Gdansk is famous for its amber. The next stall, they saw, they got to try some polish and Gdansk meals. After this, Kate and William visited the European Solidarity Centre, where they toured the museum and were able to place cards on a solidarity wall. To finish they day, they travelled to the shipyard gates. They placed roses at the Monument to Fallen Shipyard Workers, which remembers those who died during the suppression of a workers’ strike in 1970.
What Kate Wore
Kate wore a top and skirt from Erdem. Her skirt is the Hurst Rose
Her top is the Arleen
Kate carried a new clutch from Etui Bags
She wore a pair of Shoes from Stuart Weitzman, The Nearly Nude Ankle Strap Sandal, they retail for $398