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William and Catherine to get warm welcome in Cambridge
Nov 16, 2012, 16:01 GMT
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine will be given a 'very warm welcome' when they visit Cambridge this month.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - who were given the those titles when they married in April 2011 - will make their first official joint visit to the historical English city on November 28 and residents are very much looking forward to their arrival.
Local councillor Rob Dryden told the Cambridge News: 'At last they are coming and they will be given a very warm welcome.
'A lot of residents in Cambridge have been waiting for this and it is right they should come to the city they are named after. It should be a great day.'
While there,William and Catherine - who is alos known as her maiden name of Kate Middleton - will pay a visit to the University of Cambridge, where they will attend a reception for around 400 people at Guildhall and the Senate House.
They will also visit the Peterborough City Hospital, and Jimmy's, which is a resettlement centre, as well as taking in a music and dance presentation at The Manor School.
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