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Images & Video: Royals At Plunket Playgroup

Images & Video: Royals At Plunket Playgroup


On Day Three of the New Zealand royal tour: Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George at the Plunket play group at Government House.

Photos by Simon Woolf. Photos copyright of Woolf/Crown. MORE IMAGES: Day three: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit New Zealand - a set on Flickr

See also:

  • TV3 Video - The Plunket play group with a royal twist
  • TV3 Video - Video: Prince George's royal Plunket playdate

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