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Everything Kate Middleton and Prince William Did on Their Visit to Paris

The royal couple are in Paris on an official state visit.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently in Paris for an official royal visit. It is William's first since his mother's passing in the French capital 20 years ago. What's on the agenda for the royal pair? They will sit down with French President François Hollande, attend a dinner hosted by the British ambassador to France, go to a rugby match, and meet with victims and first responders of France's recent terrorist attacks. We'll have the updated scoop on what our favorite royals are up to in Paris here.

March 17, 2017


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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Paris still wearing their festive St. Patrick's Day ensembles. The duo met with French President François Hollande.


The Duke and Duchess sat down with Hollande during their visit at the Élysée Palace in Paris on Friday afternoon.


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Later that evening, the Duchess wore a sleeveless black dress by Alexander McQueen for a reception at the residence of the British Ambassador. The Duchess' picture-perfect blowout is thanks to her personal hairdresser Amanda Tucker, who traveled with the couple to Paris, according to People.


The Duke and Duchess listen to Lord Edward Llewellyn, the British Ambassador to France, speak at the reception.

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Will and Kate both changed for a dinner thrown in their honor at the British Embassy in Paris. The Duchess wore glittering Jenny Packham dress while the Duke wore a crisp black tux.

March 18, 2017


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Will and Kate kicked off their second day in Paris with a visit to Les Invalides, a hospital in Paris that works with veterans and victims of France's recent terrorist attacks. Here, the royals chat with two patients at Les Invalides who were wounded in the attacks. 


The royal duo also met a number of first responders and paramedics at Les Invalides.

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On the second day of the royal tour in Paris, Will and Kate visited Musée d'Orsay. Kate wore a Chanel ensemble, complete with a Chanel belt and purse, for the day. At the museum, they toured the Impressionists Gallery with a museum curator. 


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Will and Kate look through the iconic clock at the Musée d'Orsay.


The Duke and Duchess posed in front of the Eiffel Tower.


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The royal couple then met with rugby players from local schools. Will and Kate watched as the children practiced their rugby drills at the Trocadéro.


Will and Kate also met British and French children who are involved with British Council educational programs in France while at the Trocadéro. This was part of a "Les Voisins in Action" event to emphasize the strong relationship between British and French young people.

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Next up, a rugby match! The Duke and Duchess watched the Wales vs. France rugby game at the Stade de France on day two in Paris. Duchess Kate change into a bright red coat with black gloves for the occasion.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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