Kate and William arrive in Bradford for the first time in public since the Sandringham Summit
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Bradford City Hall for their first afternoon visit to West Yorkshire.
William and Kate were greeted by hundreds of well-wishers in Centenary Square, right in front of the 19th-century building.
During their visit to the hall, they should speak to young people about life in Bradford and to local employers who help young people find work.
William, wearing a navy coat, and Kate, wearing a green coat, smiled and waved to the crowds when they arrived.
Her journey follows a turbulent week for the royal family, in which the Queen allowed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to resign as high-ranking kings and begin a “new life”.
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