The royals are in town for three days.1/3
The royals are in town for three days.
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Prince William and Duchess Kate arrived in New York on Sunday evening for a three-day charm offensive of fundraisers, a visit to a Harlem craft workshop and a conservation event.
Prince William will also travel to Washington, D.C., on Monday to meet with President Obama during a conference on the illegal trafficking of exotic wildlife and ivory. They're also expected at a conservation reception that Hillary and Chelsea Clinton are also due to attend, CNN reported, as well as a basketball game. On Tuesday, they will visit the Sept. 11 memorial and attend a charity dinner at the Met, according to CNN.
Though their young son Prince George accompanied them on another overseas trip to Australia earlier this year, the young royals are traveling to the U.S. alone. They're unlikely to party too hard though — the duchess is pregnant with the couple's second child.
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