A group of mischievous school kids decided to have a little fun with the royal couple’s visit to Manchester on Friday morning by wearing masks of the royal family, including Kate and Will themselves!
Kate and walked over to the excited kids with a big smile on her face as she introduced herself to her little royal mini-me. William later joined her in chatting with the children from St. Phillips RC School in Salford.
The royal parents kicked off their day with a reception for young people who are making a difference to their communities at the National Football Museum in Manchester. Kate and her soccer-loving husband (he’s also president of the Football Association that governs the sport in the country) then toured the museum.
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Later, they will visit the Cenotaph memorial to pay tribute to the city’s six Victoria Cross recipients as part of the WWI Centenary campaign, as well as National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester.
They will end their day by again honoring the legacy of Princess Diana by visiting a hospice that was famously opened 25 years ago by William’s late mother.