The Internet Thinks These Photos of Shy Prince George Are Super Relatable

Tomas Mccoy
July 18, 2017

After that the Duke and Duchess will visit the Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of German unification.

Duchess Kate carries Princess Charlotte, 2, off the plane after arriving in Warsaw.

William and Kate have taken their children on tour before, travelling to Canada with them a year ago where they enjoyed an open-air party for youngsters.

William and Kate's trip, taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is likely to be seen as another Brexit diplomacy tour in a bid to maintain and strengthen the UK's relations with Europe as the United Kingdom departs from the EU.

The duke and duchess are set to spend two days in Poland touring the country's historical sites before moving on to Germany, where they will meet with German chancellor Angela Merkel, enjoy a traditional beer garden in Heidelberg, and pay a visit to Berlin's Holocaust museum.

The royal couple and their children will be welcomed first in Warsaw by President Andrzej Duda.

Britain's Prince William Duke of Cambridge, and his wife Kate the Duchess of Cambridge, visit the former Stutthof Nazi concentration camp near Gdansk Poland

It seems George was a little reticent about greeting the officials waiting to welcome the family but after his father chatted to him, all was well and he left the plane holding William's hand.

George stepped out in his plaid button-down shirt and navy shorts, but he didn't smile as much as usual and clung to Prince William's hand.

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. He also delivered a brief speech during the reception, which was held in Lazienki Park in honor of the 91-year-old queen.

Despite all eyes being on George and Charlotte, it was hard to ignore the duchess' incredible outfit by one of her go-to designers, Alexander McQueen.

They will also tour the historic city of Gdansk, where they will see a replica of Shakespeare's theater and meet the former president, Lech Walesa, who was instrumental in bringing about the end of communism in Poland. On Wednesday, they head to Berlin.


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