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Royals moved by visit to Holocaust camp

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The royal couple, #Prince William, and Princess Kate recently visited the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp under tight security in Poland, reported the Mirror.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's whistle-stop tour of Germany continued on day four of their official visit with a trip to historic Heidelberg.

Princess Charlotte stumbled and fell on a visit with her brother and parents to a plane factory in Germany.

Little Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge are the chubby-cheeked preschooler and toddler that melt hearts all over the world as they're photographed being just adorable everywhere they go.

The UK's Press Association news agency said that the Duchess was heard joking "no pressure, but I do want to beat my husband" with her crew before the race began.

Though Twitter users went insane over the suggestion the royals might add another child to their adorable brood, Murphy doesn't think that means Middleton wants another prince or princess. Continuing from their visit to Poland, the pair paid their respects to the 6 million Jews who lost their lives in the Holocaust at the Holocaust memorial in Berlin. By the looks of it, they were having a blast!

Britain's Prince William, right, and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, left, arrive at German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg, Germany, Thursday, July 20, 2017.

Britain and Germany will remain close even after Brexit, Prince William said on Wednesday during a tour meant to shore up relations with European Union countries before Britain leaves the bloc.

Prince William has said Brexit will not weaken the bonds between Britain and Germany as he made a visit to Germany.

The duke and duchess met German Chancellor Angela Merkel and toured the Brandenburg Gate, a landmark that represents the country's unification.

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