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As suspected Duchess Catherine is the perfect princess during Poland tour

Poland has Cambridge fever... And we completely get it.
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The Cambridges are well and truly settled into their 5 day tour of Poland and Germany.

With youngsters Prince George and Princess Charlotte settled at their temporary palace with nanny Maria, Kate and Wills went about the second day of their royal adventure.

And it seems like Duchess Catherine is taking reign on this tour.

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The 35-year-old and her brand new kob hairdo have been wowing locals.

With her William by her side, the couple were shown around Stutthof concentration camp , which was the first Nazi concentration camp set up in Poland in 1939, and was one of the last to be liberated in 1945.

The met with two survivors of the concentration camp, Manfred Goldberg and Zigi Shipper, both 87 from North London.

The previous evening, Kate and Wills, both 35, attended a garden party held in Warsaw in honour of William’s grandmother, the Queen.

Scroll through for all the best moments from Day Two of the Royal Tour

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp in northern Poland.

The royal couple had the chance to meet two survivors of the concentration camp, Manfred Goldberg and Zigi Shipper, both 87 from North London.

The couple paid their respects, through a Jewish custom – the placing of stones honours the dead by letting people know that the gravesite has recently been visited.

During the visit, William and Kate were shown discarded shoes, clothing and other personal items that once belonged to the prisoners

The camp was the first Nazi concentration camp set up in Poland in 1939, and was one of the last to be liberated in 1945.

Mr Shipper told the royals, “I had no parents, no brothers or sisters. All I had were my friends – including Manfred. They were what kept me going.”

Mr Goldberg and Mr Shipper have dedicated their lives to sharing their stories with the next generation.

The history buffs take in the monuments.

Locals flocked to see the royals

Kate penned, “We were intensely moved by our visit to Stutthof, which has been the scene of so much terrible pain, suffering and death.”

“All of us have an overwhelming responsibility to make sure that we learn the lessons and that the horror of what happened is never forgotten and never repeated.”

For Day 2, Kate turned to her favourite Canadian label ERDEM.

The Imari Hurt Rose design – a skirt and crop top combo – retails for £680 ($1117.74) and is described as “an indispensable addition to your new season wardrobe”.

Chatting to the local army.

Fans have Middy fever!

Catching some of Poland’s art!

Kate and Wills are having a blast.

At the end of Day one, a garden party held in Warsaw in honour of William’s grandmother, the Queen.

William gave a speech in front of the 600 invited guests, saying, We in the United Kingdom value our links with Poland enormously. We admire Poland as a remarkable example of courage, fortitude and resilience. You have survived centuries of assaults on your land, including partitions that were designed to wipe you off the map of Europe.”

Kate wowed in a cream dress by local Polish designer, local Polish designer.

While talking to fans, one young lady complimented Kate telling her she was “beautiful” and “perfect”

“We were telling her that she is beautiful and perfect, but she said it’s not true — it’s just the make-up,” Magda Mordaka, 21, told Express.

The Duke and Duchess, both 35, were formally welcomed to Poland by President Duda and the First Lady at the Presidential Palace.

Checking out the local technology…

And Kate can’t contain her giggles.

“Catherine and I are delighted to be embarking on our first visit to Poland, and we hope to return many times in the years to come,” William announced.

William and Kate visited the Warsaw Rising Museum, which is dedicated to the uprising of 1944 which saw the Polish army attempt to liberate Warsaw from German occupation.

One youngster caught the Princess’ attention.

And it seems he has her transfixed…

George’s mum can’t stop laughing!

What a cutie

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