Prince George, Princess Charlotte set off on Brexit diplomacy

Prince George, Princess Charlotte set off on Brexit diplomacy

The Duchess of Cambridge (left) carries Princess Charlotte, while Prince George held his dad Prince William's hand. Despite this being only their second tour as a family of four, the royals have certainly mastered how to visit a country in style.

Prince George, 3, and his sister Princess Charlotte, 2, stole the show as the family walked off the plane and onto the runway in Warsaw.

The mood will change when the Duke and Duchess renew their sporting rivalry on a visit the picturesque Germany city of Heidelberg, which is twinned with Cambridge.

Possibly the cutest photo of all though was the snap of George and Charlotte as they peered out the window of the airplane, their little faces looking on in awe.

George, who is three years old, and his two-year-old sister Charlotte will be seen "on at least a couple of occasions over the course of the week", the spokesperson added.

Kate, 35, wore a smart white skirt-suit showing off her toned pins in a pair of nude tights; the mother-of-two carried her daughter off the plane.




But they were all in keeping with the start of the Cambridges' official five-day tour of Poland and Germany, taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and likely to be seen as another royal Brexit diplomacy tour.

Polish President Andrzej Duda, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda, the Duchess of Cambridge (in Alexander McQueen) and Prince William. They also paid a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum, where they met with Polish and British World War II veterans.

It is not the first time William and Kate have taken their children on tour - they travelled to Canada in 2016.

In Poland, they will tour the former Stutthof concentration camp where 65,000 people died, and tour the site of Gdansk's shipyards, the birthplace of Poland's Solidarity movement that helped topple Communist rule.

On Wednesday, they'll head to Berlin, Germany where they'll meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and will also visit the Holocaust Museum.

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