All the Photos You Need to See From Prince William and Kate Middleton's Scandinavian Tour
For their first morning in Sweden, Prince William and Kate Middleton bundled up and hit the ice for a game of bandy hockey.
Even pregnant Kate took a few swings at the ball.
Afterwards, they went to Stockholm's Royal Palace to have lunch with their hosts Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel and Victoria's parents King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia.
Walking through Stockholm following lunch, the foursome made their way to the city's Nobel Museum.
The group greeted the crowds that had gathered outside the Nobel Museum, and waved goodbye before heading inside.
At night they attended a formal dinner held at the British Ambassador's residence.
Kate chatted with the British Ambassador himself (pictured here) as well as Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård, both of whom she was seated next to at dinner.
Also in attendance was Swedish actress and Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, who sat next to William at dinner.
On the morning of their final day in Sweden, William and Kate greeted children at Matteusskolan School in Stockholm.
They reunited with Victoria and Daniel for the day, too.
In line with their work on mental health, William and Kate the visited Karolinska Institute where they discussed the organization's work on mental health issues.
They spoke with practioners at the institute about their work, too.
Later on, Victoria and Daniel had William and Kate over to their home at the Haga Palace.
There, they met Victoria and Daniel's two children, Princess Estelle, 5, and Prince Oscar, 1.
On Thursday morning, William and Kate said goodbye to Sweden and took the short flight to Oslo, Norway, for the second half of their tour.
There, they were greeted about Norway's heir to the throne, Crown Princess Haakon, and his wife Princess Mette-Marit.
The four then traveled to
Outside the palace, crowds braved the chilly temperatures and snow to greeth William and Kate.
They then made their way to the Princess Ingrid Alexandra sculpture park with none other than Princess Ingrid Alexandra herself. She is Prince William's counterpart in the Norwegian royal family — second in line to the throne.
Kate chats with Queen Sonja at the sculpture park.