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Follow our LIVE updates from Kate and William's royal visit to Poland

William and Kate kicked off their royal tour of Poland when they touched down in Warsaw’s Chopin Airport just after 1.30pm local time.

Little Charlotte instantly stole the show with a royal wave and charmed the crowds in an adorable red frock.

Prince George meanwhile seemed much more reluctant to leave the plane as he stepped outside tightly holding onto William’s hand.

The Duke and Duchess have since been greeted at the Presidential Palace where they had breakfast with President Andzrej Duda and his wife.

The royal tour takes place on request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and will help develop and strenghten relations as Britain heads towards Brexit.

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6.30pm: Prince William was handed a traditional Polish sabre as part of a collection of exquisite gifts from Presdent Duda and his wife.

“This is a gift for the soldier and for the man,” Mr Duda said as he handed over the First World War blade.

“I’ll make sure George doesn’t get his hands on that,” William jokingly replied.

5.20pm: The cheerful Duchess joked about having another baby after she was handed a gift made for newborn children.

The mother-of-two was handed a cuddly “Whisbear” teddybear, designed to comfort infants by mimicking the sound of the womb.

When thanking for the gift, Kate said: “We will just have to have more babies.”

4.40pm: Kate and William have met with young entrepreneurs on top of the Warsaw Spire, where several tech companies and start-ups are based. 

The meeting was part of the "Warsaw-London bridge" project, which aims to forge cooperation between

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