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Royals to visit eight centres in April

3 March 2014

Royals to visit eight centres in April

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit four North Island and four South Island centres during their stay in New Zealand in April.

Details of the Royal visit, including the dates of the visit and events they will be attending have been announced in London overnight by Kensington Palace.

The Duke and Duchess and Prince George will arrive in New Zealand on 7 April and depart for Australia on 16 April. They will be based at Government House in Wellington but will also visit Auckland, Hamilton, Cambridge, Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown and Blenheim. Prince George will stay at Government House.

Further details of where the public can go to see the Duke and Duchess will be released in late March and early April.

Official social media channels for @RoyalVisitNZ: for exclusive real-time photos, videos and updates from Their Royal Highnesses’ visit to New Zealand, follow the @GovGeneralNZ on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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