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Look: Will and Kate Had Tea with the Swedish Royal Babies

Is there anything more British than that?
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We've been missing Prince George and Princess Charlotte throughout their parents' entire royal tour of Sweden, especially today when Will and Kate had tea at Haga Palace in Solna with Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, and their two children, five-year-old Princess Estelle and one-year-old Prince Oscar.

Check out a few photos of the meal below, and just try to imagine what a playdate between Oscar, Estelle, George, and Charlotte might look like. After all, they are all descendants of Queen Victoria—fifth cousins once removed (twice over!), to be precise.


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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will finish their royal visit to Sweden with an event at the Fotografiska Gallery in Stockholm. Then they head to Oslo for the Norwegian portion of their Nordic tour.

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

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