Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Britain's royals William and Kate to visit Poland on Monday

Britain's royals William and Kate to visit Poland on Monday

As the Daily Mail assessed, Prince George looked "a little overwhelmed" by the crowd amassed on the ground in Poland.

WireImage The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrive at Warsaw airport ahead of their Royal Tour of Poland and Germany on July 17, 2017.

Wearing a little pair of blue shorts and a check shirt, the 3 year old looked happy to be with his family as he finally departed the aircraft with the rest of the royal clan.

PA Wire/PA Images The Duchess of Cambridge carrying Princess Charlotte.

For Prince George and Princess Charlotte such trips are a novelty but, as the future of the British monarchy, they'll one day become a way of life. Canada, the Duke and Duchess' visit is being viewed as a Brexit diplomacy tour to help strengthen the U.K.'s relations with Europe before it leaves the EU.

The duke and duchess then headed off to meet, sans children, with Polish President Andrzej Duda and the first lady at the presidential palace. George and Charlotte will be seen on a number of occasions, most likely as they arrive and depart from both countries, while William and Kate will have jam-packed days scheduled.

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They will tour a former Nazi concentration camp in Stutthof on Tuesday, the first built by Germany outside its borders after the start of World War Two.

In March, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent two days in Paris, on their first official visit there as a couple to solidify the relationship between France and the U.K. The trip also marked William's first official visit to the city since his mother, Princess Diana, died in a auto crash there in August 1997.

The state visit is part of the royal couple's unofficial duties as Brexit ambassadors, as they attempt to strengthen the UK's relations with Europe as it prepares to leave the European Union, and comes a day after the pair were spotted congratulating tennis champion Roger Federer's win in the Men's Wimbledon Final.

This European visit also marks the second time Prince William and Kate have taken their kids with them on tour.

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