Prince George's Formal Wear Steals the Show as Royal Family Arrives in Poland
The future king of England arrived in Warsaw for a royal visit with parents William and Kate and sister, Charlotte.
The Royal Family has landed in Warsaw, Poland, Monday where future king of England Prince George stole the spotlight alongside his sister, Princess Charlotte.
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The family is in Warsaw as a start to their five-day visit between Poland and Germany.
Their trip is part of a political outreach by the United Kingdom following last year’s Brexit vote that removed the country from the European Union.
Prince George, who turns 4 on Saturday, was sporting a button-down shirt with navy shorts while shyly holding dad Prince William’s hand.
Princess Charlotte, 2, stood out in a red, floral dress with red shoes to match as she was carried off the plane by Duchess Kate.
The family landed at Warsaw Chopin Airport for what is only their second trip abroad with both children.
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They were welcomed by President Andrzej Duda and first lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda at the presidential palace.
The trip will continue in Poland for two more days, followed by a visit to Germany where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will go sightseeing and meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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