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It was just yesterday that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were having strawberries and cream and toasting Roger Federer at Wimbledon, but perhaps they were already packed for their visit to Poland and Germany on Monday. Because with kids in tow, you know these last 24 hours had to be a hectic for the royals. That’s right, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have joined their parents on the five-day royal tour and we can’t wait to see what they get up to.

The Cambridges arrived in Warsaw Monday morning, the first stop of many including Gdansk, Berlin, Heidelberg and Hamburg.

Will and Kate left the kids with the nanny, and soon met with President Andrzej Duda and First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda at the Presidential Palace.

According to Hello! Canada, the trip’s being taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, to help maintain the U.K.’s relations with Europe as it leaves the European Union. The Cambridges have already spent a couple days in Paris where they met with former French President François Hollande as the first stop in the Brexit diplomacy tour.

The couple have also visited the Warsaw Rising Museum …

… met with members of the Polish Army and Resistance during the Second World War …

… and visited the city’s Wall of Remembrance, reading the names of those involved in the Uprising, including British RAF pilots.

Hello! reports the royals will also meet Holocaust survivors, tour the former Stutthof concentration camp, and visit Berlin’s Holocaust museum and memorial.

And as always, it’s ‘the people’ Will and Kate can’t wait to meet during the tour.

The couple reportedly asked to meet loads of people in both countries — and not just politicians, business leaders and highers-up. Will and Kate also want an opportunity to speak with young people, from rising entrepreneurs and talented artists and musicians to mental health campaigners.

And don’t forget about George and Charlotte, both of whom are expected to make a few appearances during the week. Until then …

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