Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be seen on at least a couple of occasions while the official visit of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Europe, said a spokesman for Kensington Palace.
The young royals enjoy their life in the Kensington Palace in a special way: Prince George and Princess Charlotte have their own royal duties. During the upcoming official tour to Europe, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton will take the youngsters to Poland and Germany. The entire Cambridge family is looking forward to meeting German and Polish people.
Kensington Palace’s spokesperson added:
‘They have decided that their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will travel with them and we expect the children to be seen on at least a couple of occasions over the course of the week.’
The Duke and Duchess will travel during their five-day trip, which begins on July 17 in Poland’s capital Warsaw and ends in the German city of Hamburg on July 21.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte are going to charm Europe
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already brought both their kids to the overseas tour to Canada last September. Now, the parents of George and Charlotte look forward to a busy and impactful tour, and are grateful that they will have the opportunity to meet the Polish and German people. These two European countries are important friends of the United Kingdom, so Cambridges as a family are happy with this upcoming visit.
Travelling as a family bring double usefulness to Cambridges – both for the family and for the Crown. Queen Elizabeth used to send an adorable family of her grandson William to Europe as Brexit ambassadors.
In future, Prince George and Princess Charlotte as the youngest generation of the royal family must help Duke and Duchess of Cambridge charm Europe. The success of 2016 Canada tour of Prince William and Kate Middleton was the pure happiness to the monarch who undoubtedly has the big plans for her grandson.