On the 20th of July, Kate and William visited Heidelberg, Where they started off the day visiting, the German Cancer Research Institute. Here they were given a tour, shown the equipment used and given a briefing on leukaemia. Advertisements
on the 19th of July, Kate, William, George and Charlotte boarded a plane and flew from Warsaw to Berlin , where they stated their tour of Germany. Kate and William were taken to meet the Chancellor Merkel.
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.
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.
On the 13th of July 2017, Kate as patron of the National History Museum, attended an evening reception to officially open the new Hintze Hall. The Hall opens to the public on the 14th of July after 6 months of refurbishment, including the addition of diving blue whale skeleton, called Hope, which replaces Dippy Skeleton.
On the 13th of May 2017, Kate and William, with Harry, hosted a children’s garden Party at Buckingham Palace, called Party at the Palace. Children attending the party, had lost a parent serving in the armed forces. Included in the Invitation was a handwritten letter from Prince Harry and Train Tickets.
On the 11th of May, Kate visited Luxembourg for a day on engagement. Throughout her day, Kate was accompanied by Princess Stephanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. Kate and Princess Stephanie, were given posy’s by Six-year old twins Gabriel and Charles, when they started Kate’s visit at Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM), where… Continue reading Luxembourg