Prince George and Princess Charlotte are going on tour with their parents

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are going on tour with their parents

They have been joined by their children Prince George, three, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

The surroundings of Warsaw Chopin Airport may have been unusual for George along with the unknown faces of dignitaries and soldiers in the guard of honour waiting on the runway.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's latest European tour has been hailed as "historic" and a chance to "accelerate" the UK's relationships with two important EU countries involved in the Brexit process.

The adults in the group looked great too, with Kate in a white Alexander McQueen suit and nude heels.

The youngest royals were totally prepared to be stars as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Poland with their children on July 17.

The Duchess of Cambridge at Warsaw's Chopin Airport with Princess Charlotte at the start of their five-day tour of Poland and Germany.

George, who turns 4 on Saturday, held tightly to his father's hand as they stepped off a private charter plane and met a line of dignitaries in a light sprinkle of rain.

He started and concluded his speech in Polish, to the delight of the crowd of over 600 special guests, includingPresident Andrzej Duda, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda and British Ambassador Jonathan Knott. When a Polish student said she looked handsome, the Duchess joked that it was just the makeup.

Before leaving, William and Kate also spent time with Polish students, who are now studying in the U.K. When asked for a selfie, the Duke joked that he was "allergic" to them, but agreed to have a photograph. William wore a regal red tie to also match Poland's national colours.

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They will also tour the historic city of Gdansk, where they will see a replica of Shakespeare's theater and meet the former president, Lech Walesa, who was instrumental in bringing about the end of communism in Poland.

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