On Monday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrived in Poland for their second ever tour as a family of four. The royals visited Poland and neighbouring Germany as part of a five-day charm offensive. The family has previously travelled to Canada together in October 2016.
As usual, the children stole the show, with Princess Charlotte perfecting her royal wave and Prince George providing us with the latest in a series that we like to call 'Prince George smooshes his face up against a window.'
Living up to his naughty reputation, Prince George seemed to be getting a scolding from his father as he left the airplane. The two children were dressed adorably - with Charlotte in a red and white printed dress with matching shoes and George in a checked shirt with navy shorts.
The Duke and Duchess didn't mess around on arrival, quickly travelling to meet President Andrzej Duda and the First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda at the Presidential Palace. Meanwhile George and Charlotte were taken to nearby Belvedere Palace, where they will be spending the majority of their visit.
Kate Middleton looked particularly chic in her all-white Alexander McQueen peplum dress, which she accessorised with her trusty nude heels and a simple silver necklace. Her new long bob - we're calling it the 'kob' - was also blow-dried to perfection.
To cap of their first evening on the tour, the royal couple attended the Queen's Birthday Garden Party at the Orangery. Sticking to white, Kate wore a chic shift dress with low-cut front and black piping detail by Polish designer Gosia Baczynska. She accessorised with large pearl earrings and a matching necklace, sweeping her hair into a low chignon.
For the second day of the tour the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Stutthof concentration camp. Kate wore a floral two-piece from one of her go-to designers, Erdem.
The royal family departed Poland after their whistle-stop tour, with with the foursome all dressed in blue for their quick plane journey to Germany.
They arrived safe and sound at Berlin Tegel Airport.
Prince George seemed camera shy while Princess Charlotte had been gifted with a bouquet of flowers.
Upon arriving in Berlin, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel.
On their first night in Berlin, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a garden party held in honour of the Queen at the British Ambassadorial Residence.
Kate looked every inch the modern-day princess in a red, off-shoulder gown by Alexander McQueen, paired with Prada heels.
Kate took part in a toast to honour the Queen. Next stop: Heidelberg.
On day two of being in Germany, Kate and William visited a German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg. Kate opted for a sunny yellow dress by one of her favourite designers Jenny Packham for the occasion.
Whilst in Heidelberg, Kate took part in a rowing regatta on the River Neckkar, looking at ease and incredibly chic in a Breton top by Hugo Boss and large sunglasses.
Afterwards, she enjoyed a refreshing beer. The royal couple also visited a German market where they tried their hand at making pretzels and sweets.
To finish their second day in Germany, Kate and William attended a ball at Berlin's Clärchens Ballhaus.
For the occasion, Kate chose to wear a bird-print green dress by German designer Markus Lupfer - the dress was from the designers Pre-Fall 2017 collection and is not yet available to buy.
The final day of the tour saw the family head to Hamburg, where the Duke and Duchess visited the Maritime Museum and even tried their hands at conducting the Elbphilharmonie, the city's orchestra. For their last engagement, they headed to Airbus, where aircraft enthusiast Prince George had a chance to investigate - and even sit in the cockpit of - the very same EC145 helicopter that his father flies for the Air Ambulance.
William, Kate, George and Charlotte then headed back onto their private plane (with some miniature wobbles from the two-year-old Charlotte) to fly back to London ahead of George's fourth birthday on Saturday.