On the 21st of July 2017, Kate and William completed their final day on their tour of Germany and Poland. Kate and William took the train to Hamburg, but George and Charlotte with most of the staff flew from berlin on the private plane. They started their day meeting scientists, to hear how they are celebrating the UK-German year of science, which is focused on oceans.
Here, they saw a replica of the Queen Mary II, made completely of Lego, which when William saw the boat he remarked “That’s Granny’s Ship”. Next stop was to Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, which is one of the biggest concert halls in the world. Here Kate got to try out a new job, conducting the orchestra. Kate and William undertook a walkabout before heading to their final visit. They undertook a tour of the buildings belonging to Airbus, before being joined by George and Charlotte. George seemed delighted to get to see the inside of an EC145 helicopter, The same helicopter, William fly’s with East Anglia Air Ambulance. The Cambridge then boarded the private plane and flew back to England.
What They Wore
Kate wore a bespoke Emilia Wickstead dress
Kate carried a new Anya Hindmarch clutch, the Snakeskin Clutch in red, which retails for $200
She wore her Gianvito Rossi pumps in Praline and her Kiki Lavender Amethyst Pear and Oval Drop Earrings
George wore most of the same clothes seen on this tour, including the shorts, his Vaello belt and his start rite John shoes.
His shirt was new from Neck & Neck, The Coral Button shirt, which retails for £30.99 but is currently on sale for £18.59
Charlotte wore the same dress, she wore for Trooping the colour in June with her Amaia Kids red bow , Dona Carmen Mercedita Suela Mary Janes in Maroon and her condor Plain Socks with detail cuff