Madame Tussauds have given the wax figures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a glamorous new makeover.
Excited primary school children cheered and waved flags as the Duchess of Cambridge visited their playground in north London today.
The future king was seen walking on his own two feet, firmly supported by the Duchess of Cambridge as he watched his father play polo.
The Duchess of Cambridge has met a code-breaker who worked alongside her grandmother at Bletchley Park during World War Two.
Kate shook hands with Lady Marion Body and talked about her grandmother Valerie Glassborow, who worked as a civilian member of staff, probably as a duty officer.
The Duchess of Cambridge was sent signals similar to those sent out by the enemy and interpreted at 'spy school' Bletchley Park during the Second World War.
Her grandmother Valerie Glassborow worked at the famous site as a civilian member of staff, probably a duty officer, with her twin sister Mary.
Kate's visit marked a year-long restoration project at the Buckinghamshire site.
The Duchess of Cambridge's grandmother worked as a civilian member of staff at Bletchley Park, where code-breakers were credited with shortening the Second World War by at least two years.
Documents from October 1944 show she worked, alongside her twin sister Mary, probably as a duty officer.
Miss Glassborow married Second World War Mosquito pilot Peter Middleton in 1946 and went on to give birth to Michael, Kate's father.
Kate's paternal family tree can be traced back to Henry VIII through Elizabeth Knollys, who was not only the great-niece of Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, but also almost certainly the illegitimate granddaughter of Henry himself.
The Duchess of Cambridge donned a pair of headphones and tried to interpret codes during her visit to Bletchley Park where her grandmother worked.
Valerie Glassborow worked as a civilian member of staff, probably as a duty officer, alongside her twin sister Mary.
Wearing an Alexander McQueen outfit, Kate greeted staff on a visit to mark a year-long restoration project at the Buckinghamshire site.
The Duchess of Cambridge is due to visit Bletchley Park where she will meet with a code-breaker who worked with her grandmother during the Second World War.
Code-breaker veteran Lady Marion Body recalls working alongside the Duchess' paternal grandmother Valerie Glassborow at the famous 'spy school', where codebreakers were credited with shortening the war by at least two years.
Miss Glassborow, as she was known before marrying Kate's grandfather Peter Middleton, worked as a civilian member of staff, probably as a duty officer, alongside her twin sister Mary.
Kate's solo visit will mark a year-long restoration project at the Buckinghamshire site.
Sir Ben Ainslie has told ITV News he was "very impressed" with the Duchess of Cambridge's design knowledge and her support for a British team to take part in the America's Cup.
"She is obviously passionate about British sport, and the America's Cup is something through sailing that is close to her heart ... we're very grateful for that support," the Olympic gold medallist added.
The America's Cup was on display at the Greenwich Maritime Museum in London, as the Duchess met with supporters of Sir Ben Ainslie's bid to launch a British team to take part in the competition.
Olympic sailor Ben Ainslie is seeking to enter a British team in the 35th America's Cup, to be held in 2017.
The oldest trophy in sport was first offered as the One Hundred Pound Cup in 1851 for a race around the Isle of Wight, witnessed by Queen Victoria.
The first race was won by the schooner America, from New York, which beat a fleet of British boats sailing around the island.
American teams successfully defended all challenges for 132 years, until an Australian team won in 1983.
The Duchess of Cambridge met with Sir Ben Ainslie and supporters of a bid to launch a British team in the sailing competition the America's Cup.
The Duchess of Cambridge met with the various supporters involved in attempting to launch a UK team in sailing's premier competition, the America's cup.
Kate met with crew and boat designers outside the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, and will be shown an America's Cup class boat inside.