The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited a former concentration camp as they continue their tour of Poland.
The Royal couple will meet five Holocaust survivors at Stutthof, near Gdansk, where 65,000 people were killed during World War Two.
Speaking at a garden party to mark the Queen’s birthday, Prince William hailed the country’s “incredible bravery” during the Nazi occupation.
Prince William and his family are on a five-day tour of Poland and Germany.
Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, two, have accompanied their parents on the trip.
In Germany later this week, Chancellor Angela Merkel will hold a private meeting with the royal couple in Berlin before they visit the city’s famous landmark, the Brandenburg Gate.
The duke and duchess will also visit Berlin’s Holocaust museum and memorial.
The Baltic death camp where thousands perished
A boat race is planned in the German city of Heidelberg, which is twinned with Cambridge.
William and Catherine will cox opposing rowing teams in the race with crews from Cambridge and Heidelberg.
The royal couple and their children were greeted at Warsaw Chopin Airport on Monday by the UK’s ambassador to Poland, Jonathan Knott, and his wife, alongside Poland’s ambassador to Britain, Arkady Rzegocki.
They were welcomed in Warsaw at a meeting with President Andrzej Duda.