Sophie Turner on Littlefinger's Game of ThronesManipulations: 'She's Woke Now'
You've completely lost it sir. Time to retire, KTR tells Digvijaya Singh
See Injustice 2's Starfire in action
The Punisher Trailer Is Even Bloodier Than You'd Expect
Dozens injured in Jerusalem clash over holy site
Britain's young royals begin tour of Poland and Germany
17 July 2017, 05:14 | Myron Mathis
GETTYGeorge and Charlotte joined their parents in Canada last year for an official trip
Both finals attracted a famous crowd, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Theresa May, Sadiq Khan, Bradley Cooper, Eddie Redmayne, Sienna Miller, Uma Thurman, Rosmaund Pike, Woody Harrelson, Hillary Swank and Riz Ahmed, but it was Federer's four children who won the hearts of millions as they watched their father roar to victory from the spectator's box on Sunday. Even while carrying Charlotte, the royal expertly navigated the plane steps in her favorite nude high heels, while William held onto three-year-old Prince George, who at first seemed reluctant to disembark from the plane but later gained his confidence back.
Many are viewing the royal trip, taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, as another Brexit diplomacy tour, helping to maintain and strengthen the UK's relations with Europe as Great Britain prepares to leave the EU. Prince William was wearing a dark suit and Prince George, was attired in short pants and a shirt.
A Kensington Palace spokesman has said: "The Duke and Duchess are very much looking forward to this tour and are delighted with the exciting and varied programme that has been put together for it".
On Tuesday the royal couple will visit a former Stutthof German Nazi concentration camp in Gdańsk before attending a show at the Shakespeare Theatre and visiting the European Solidarity Centre, where they will speak to key figures from Poland's Solidarity trade union and communist-resistance movement.
Chancellor Angela Merkel will hold a private meeting with the royal couple in Berlin at the start of the German leg of their tour on Wednesday. They also paid a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum, where they met with Polish and British World War II veterans.
William and Kate will take to the waters of the River Neckar to cox opposing rowing teams in a race with crews drawn from Cambridge and Heidelberg. Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team?