On the 17th of July 2017, Kate and William, along with George and Charlotte started their tour of Poland and Germany by landing in Warsaw, Poland. The Cambridge’s disembarked their plane, to greet the diplomats waiting for them in the cloudy and slight rainy weather. All four were taking to Belvedere Palace, where a playroom and outdoor toys had been set up. Kate and William were then taken to the Presidential Palace, to meet the President Duba and First lady, here they were formally welcomed to Poland. After this, Kate and William undertook a walkabout and then made their way to Warsaw Rising Museum, which was set up to remember the 1944 attempt were the Polish resistance Home Army tried to liberate Warsaw. Here they met members of the Polish army and resistance and heard stories of what happened. They then moved to the 38th floor of the Spire building in Warsaw, where they meet some young Polish entrepreneurs. Kate found it funny when William was offered to try on a pair of virtual reality glasses.
What They Wore
Kate wore an Alexander McQueen Piece, The Wool and silk-blend twill peplum coat, Which retails for $3076
She carried her Jenny Packham Casa Clutch, First seen on the Canada tour in 2016
Kate wore her Gianvito Rossi, Pumps in Praline
He wore a shirt from elcorteingles, The Chemise garçon Tizzas à carreaux bicolore, which reatilled for €35.95
charlotte wore her Amaia Kids red bow and her Condor Pain Sock with Detail Cuff
She wore a pair of uncle Harrys shoes from 1986
Queen’s Birthday Party
On the 17th of July 2017, Kate and William attended a Birthday Party for the Queen in Warsaw, which was hosted by the ambassador. As always William gave a speech, with a message from the Queen and speaking polish. Kate and William had time to mix with the guests
What Kate Wore
Kate wore a dress from Polish designer Gosia Baczynska, a custom made cocktail dress.
She carried her Prada Black Clutch
Kate wore her Gianvito Rossi Suede Ankle Strap d’Orsay heels