Day three started with saying goodbye to Poland. The Duke and Duchess, accompanied by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, then travelled to Berlin where they received an official welcome from German chancellor, Angela Merkel.
The first stop in Berlin was the iconic Brandenburg Gate, which has become a symbol of the unification and freedom of the city.
At the Holocaust Memorial The Duke and Duchess were shown round the Information Centre by its Director, Uwe Neumärker. The Centre shows documents, family photographs and maps showing the extent of the Holocaust.
The Duke and Duchess then travelled to Strassenkinder, a charity that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing welfare assistance, education and sports activities.
At the Bellevue Palace Gardens The Royal Highnesses had a meeting with the Federal President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Day three of The Royal Tour finished with a Queen’s Birthday Garden Party, held at the Ambassador’s Residence, where The Duke gave a speech and delivered a message from The Queen.