Taking a moment to remember. Kate Middleton and Prince William had a somber start to the second day of their Royal Tour of Poland and Germany on Tuesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Stutthof concentration camp, which was the first Nazi camp set up in Poland.
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The royal couple toured the site, which has since been turned into a museum honoring the thousands of victims during World War II. They viewed exhibits which showed the living conditions of the camp’s prisoners.
William and Kate also had the opportunity to speak with three surviving former prisoners of Stutthof, who spoke of their experiences in the camp.
Clad in a white, floral-printed skirt and top, Kate toured the grounds and paid tribute to the 28,000 fallen victims at the Star of David monument alongside her husband. Both were then led in prayer by two of the camp’s survivors.
They then exited the grounds through what was known as the “Death Gate.”
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The royals touched down in Warsaw, Poland, on Monday, with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in tow. Later in the day on Tuesday, they are traveling to the Polish city of Gdansk to visit the local market there.
For more from the Royal Tour of Poland and Germany, watch the clip below!