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Prince William and Kate Middleton left Euston Station in London on Sunday evening to kick off their mini tour.
The couple first greeted transport workers before boarding the Royal Train.
Arriving In Edinburgh, Scotland
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William and Kate get to the first stop of their 1,250-mile journey around Britain.
The pair arrive in Edinburgh, Scotland, to the sound of bagpipes as they begin thanking those who have been working hard for their communities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Festive Walk In Batley
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The royal couple meet Len Gardner who Kate Middleton previously spoke to through the NHS Volunteer Responder ‘Check-in and Chat’ scheme. They also checked in on his wife, Shirley, who Len cares for.
The Duke and Duchess were first treated to a brass band playing "Jingle Bell Rock".
Goodnight Speech In Manchester
To end the night in Manchester, Kate Middleton changed sweaters while Prince William gave a speech at FareShare Greater Manchester.
"You are the people that have not only kept our country going but have also helped warm all our hearts by showing us the very best of human nature," the Duke said while thanking the workers.
Rent A Reindeer In Berwick-Upon-Tweed
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Prince William and Kate Middleton meet a reindeer handler in Berwick-Upon-Tweed as well as some cute kids from Holy Trinity Church of England First School.
Next Stop, Cardiff Castle
William and Kate visit Cardiff Castle in Cardiff, Wales, on the next stop of their tour.
The pair wrap up warm to visit a marshmallow stall during the outing.
William and Kate Are Greeted By The Queen On Final Stop Of The Tour
The Queen is joined by Prince Charles, Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton for a Christmas carol event in the Quadrangle at Windsor Castle.
The royals gather to thank key workers and volunteers for their work during the coronavirus pandemic.
The event marks the final stop on William and Kate's Royal Train Tour.