Prince George & Princess Charlotte are TOO cute on arrival in Poland

Danny Woods
July 17, 2017

We're not sure whether Prince George was being a little bit naughty, or was overcome with a bout of shyness as he arrived in Poland for Prince William and Kate Middleton's official state visit this morning.

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. In 1917, as anti-German feelings rose during World War I, Queen Elizabeth's grandfather, King George V, made a decision to drop the German surname Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in favour of Windsor. They also will pay a visit to Gdansk to see the shipyards and speak with actors at the Shakespeare Theater. The first was a year ago when the family of four spent eight days travelling around Canada's Pacific coast. His two-year-old sister, on the other hand, held tightly to their mother before offering a little wave as she approached the media waiting on the tarmac.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are, after all, determined their children grow up in private and not in the public glare.

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

Sticking to the national colours of Poland, Charlotte wore a handsome red printed dress as she was cradled by her mother in Warsaw.

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William and Kate also celebrated the 70th birthday of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, over the weekend.

"The Duke and Duchess [of Cambridge] are very much looking forward to this tour and are delighted with the exciting and varied programme that has been put together for it", the Royal family's official website said.

The duke and duchess then headed off to meet, sans children, with Polish President Andrzej Duda and the first lady at the presidential palace.

During their meeting, George and Charlotte stayed with their nanny, Maria Borrallo, at Belvedere Palace.

William, second-in-line to the throne, and Kate will visit the Warsaw Uprising museum which commemorates a 1944 battle against Nazi German occupiers, in which tens of thousands died and the city was bombed and razed to the ground.

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