ROYAL TRAIN TOUR DAY TWO
UNITED KINGDOM

THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE – ROYAL TRAIN TOUR DAY TWO

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are undertaking a short tour of the UK ahead of the Christmas holidays to pay tribute to the inspiring work of individuals, organisations and initiatives across the country that have gone above and beyond to support their local communities this year.

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They are travelling on the Royal Train between Sunday 6th and Tuesday 8th December, making stops in England, Scotland and Wales in line with government guidance.



Cardiff, Wales

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge began the final day of their tour at Cardiff Castle where they met university students and heard about some of the challenges they have experienced during the pandemic, with a particular focus on mental health.

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Located in ‘Christmas at the Castle’, The Duke and Duchess joined students from Cardiff University for some marshmallow toasting, a secret santa exchange and more importantly, hear how their mental health has been during this challenging year.

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For the Secret Santa The Duchess of Cambridge bought Gwennan Lewis a £13.99 Prosecco Pong game and Prince William bought Dewi Morgan, finger flick football game. The Duchess got a Welsh Love Spoon and PrinceWilliam a beer mat flick game.

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Royal Fashion: Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess re-wore her custom Alexander Mcqueen long red coat, Emilia Wickstead Pris Pleated Tartan Flannel Skirt with matching tartan scarf, Grace Han Love Letter Small Top Handle Bag, Spells of Love Alia Hoops,
and Black Suede Ralph Lauren Boots.

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Twerton, Bath

After Cardiff, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Cleeve Court Care Home in Twerton, Bath.

Upon their arrival, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge met with Lord Lieutenant of Somerset Mrs Annie Maw at the train station in Bath.

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Ahead of the visit to the care home Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge took time to meet and chat with Jasmine Warner, 5, centre, who’s brother Otto, 8, left, has today come out of cancer treatment and was by chance hoping to meet the royal couple with his family, including sister Poppy, 10, right, and mum Georgie.

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The visit took place outside the Cleeve Court Care Home as the couple chatted to staff about their experiences of providing care and helping residents to stay connected to their loved ones throughout the pandemic.

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Reading

At the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, The Duke and Duchess thanked and applauded hardworking NHS nurses for their tireless work during the pandemic and told them ‘there is light at the end of the tunnel’.

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge born at the Royal Berkshire Hospital on January 9, 1982.

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Among those that The Duke and Duchess met was Lead Nurse Rafael Fernandes, designer of a special badge funded by NHS Charities Together to mark the 2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

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Windsor

The final stop on the #RoyalTrainTour was Windsor, where The Duke and Duchess met The Queen and members of the Royal Family- The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Princess Royal, The Countess of Wessex and The Earl of Wessex – on the steps of Equerries’ entrance at Windsor Castle at the end of their tour.

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The Queen was wearing an Angela Kelly, hat and coat in Christmas red, and a ruby and diamond spray brooch.

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Carols were played by The Salvation Army band. The Queen told Salvation Army she was ‘so happy they were able to play some carols because she thinks this will be the only time she’ll be able to hear carols’ this year. The Queen and Prince Philip are at Windsor alone for Christmas.

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Next, members of the Royal Family thanked local volunteers and key workers.

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Royal Fashion: Duchess of Cambridge

For the last stop at Windsor Castle, The Duchess of Cambridge wore Catherine Walker coat, Troy London Faux Fur Lapel Collar in Forest Green,
Alexander Mcqueen Pochette “beetle on stone”, Ralph Lauren Black Suede High Heel Boot, Cornelia James Alice Merino Velvet Wool Gloves, Diamond Pendant Earrings from The Queen’s collection and Amaia Kids Adult Reusable cotton face mask.

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