Kate Middleton Wore the Color of Royalty on Final Day in Germany

Kate Middleton Wore the Color of Royalty on Final Day in Germany

As they touched down in Warsaw on Monday, Kate and Prince William kicked off their summer tour alongside their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The couple enjoyed a private audience with German leader Angela Merkel at the outset of their three-day visit.

However, another talking point has, of course, been the Duchess of Cambridge's stunning outfits.

The couple were not actually rowing the vessels themselves, rather were given the responsibility of coxswain, sitting at the front of boats and steering them.

No royal tour would be complete without some friendly competition between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are now in Berlin with Prince George and Charlotte. While George has been caught pulling faces, Charlotte melted hearts as she did her first ever official curtsey.

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Earlier Thursday, William and Kate also toured the German Cancer Research Center, peering through a microscope for a glimpse of the facility's work.

Kate Middleton wore a blue Catherine Walker & Co. dress with Kiki McDonough jewelry and a Jimmy Choo clutch.

Later the royal couple visited the port city of Gdansk, where large crowds turned out to see them.

Though Twitter users went insane over the suggestion the royals might add another child to their adorable brood, Murphy doesn't think that means Middleton wants another prince or princess. They never thought that one day they would return to the place where they were prisoners in 1940s. William and Kate were given a tour of the memorial's information center and met 96-year-old Holocaust survivor Leon Schwarzbaum, who showed them old family photos.

Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the site of the former Nazi German concentration camp Stutthof in Poland.

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