Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy a magic day out at new theme park opening.
The Duchess of Cambridge came face-to-face with a doll version of herself on a visit to Scotland, but seemed unimpressed by its haircut.
A list of gifts given to Royal Family members has been released revealing an eclectic mix of items, including a cape and a magnifying glass.
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter is the only attraction where guests can see behind the scenes of the Harry Potter franchise.
- The £100 million studio is the first of its kind to be built in 70 years
- It accounts for one third of the feature film production stage space in the UK
- It is the only film studio in the country to be owned and operated by a major Hollywood studio
- Home to all eight Harry Potter films, Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, Goldeneye and Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow
- The studio has nine sound stages, a 100 acre back-lot, and one of the largest underwater filming tanks in Europe
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will get the chance to view props, costumes and models from the Harry Potter film series today.
Their Royal Highnesses will undertake a tour of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter, where they will attend a wand lesson in The Gryffindor Common Room, and a special effects demonstration on Diagon Alley.
Today will mark the official opening of the studios in Leavesden, where Catherine, William and Harry will be joined by 500 adults and children.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will officially open the new £100 million Warner Bros Studios, where the Harry Potter franchise was produced, today.
William, Catherine and Harry will visit the Leavesden studios where they will undertake a studio tour with 500 children and adults to see how the wizarding world was created for the big screen.
A Bill making succession to the Crown no longer based on gender has cleared the House of Lords and is set to become law.
The Succession to the Crown Bill has been fast-tracked through both Houses of Parliament in just three months.
It ensures that younger sons will no longer displace daughters in the line of succession and permits an heir to the throne to marry a Catholic.
Although the legislation still excludes Catholics from succeeding to the throne.The changes will mean that if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child, expected in July, is a girl, she can become monarch even if she later has younger brothers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will learn how to wield a wand like Harry Potter when they officially open the Warner Bros studios where the movie franchise was produced.
William, Catherine and Harry will visit Leavesden Studios near Watford on April 26 where they will see props, costumes and models from the films that chronicle the teenage wizard's adventures.
Despite being mere Muggles, the royals will tour The Making of Harry Potter attraction along with 500 children and their parents - all of whom are associated with charities that the royals are patrons of.
Before leaving the venue, the Princes and Catherine will hold a meeting of their Charities Forum in the Great Hall, one of the original sets from the Potter movies.
Prince William jokingly told employees at BAE Systems in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria that they can "get back to work" after watching him unveil a plaque at the factory.
The occasion was to mark the opening of a new suite of offices where the next generation of Britain's nuclear submarines will be designed.
The Duchess of Cambridge recoiled when she came face-to-face with the doll version of herself during a visit to Scotland.
Dayna Miller, 11, from Coylton, showed Kate the doll which she was given as a Christmas gift from her mother and the royal exclaimed: "No, is that what my hair looks like?"
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge braved the cold to attend the opening of an outdoor centre in Scotland today.
The couple joined the Prince of Wales at Dumfries House in Ayrshire, where Charles has led a regeneration project since 2007.
As Charles prepared to address the crowd, William rubbed his cold hands and told his father to "make it brief". Charles promised the hundreds of locals and youth groups assembled he would oblige to prevent anyone from passing out due to "secondary exposure."