The royal couple will visit the military museum Les Invalides with senior French politicians, victims of the 2015 terrorist attacks at the Bataclan theatre in Paris as well as the lorry attack in Nice on Bastille Day a year ago.
When in Paris.It's day two of Prince William and Kate Middleton's trip to the City of Light, and the Duchess has already mastered French style.
During the meeting on Friday afternoon with President Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace, Kate Middleton wore a lovely long coat of green, by Catherine Walker and co.
Familiarity also proved appealing later in the day when, at a British Embassy reception, the duchess wore a simple sleeveless black dress by Alexander McQueen, the British design house that created her wedding dress (and that shows its collections on the Paris Fashion Week schedule).
William and Kate also will meet with survivors and first responders from the July 2016 terror attack in Nice, France, and the November 2015 terror attack at the Bataclan, ABC News said.
On day two of their visit, they also attended a "Les Viosins in Action" event, highlighting "the strong ties between the young people of France and the United Kingdom", a tweet from Kensington Palace read. The next day, the two lovers went to the Musee d'Orsay, where a crowd had been waiting for them for several hours. Online. The Duke had stirred controversy a few days earlier when he skipped a family event in favor of a ski trip.
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The attack further rattled France, which remains under a state of emergency after attacks over the past two years that have killed 235 people.
The royal couple flew to Paris Friday for more royal duties. They will watch the Wales vs France Six Nations match on Saturday afternoon.
The pair kicked off a busy day of engagements with a St. Patrick's celebration in London, and tonight they mixed with stars including actress Audrey Tatou, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, who lives in the city, and footballer Robert Pires.
Ahead of the upcoming 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death in August, Prince William and Prince Harry released a statement on the same day it was revealed a statue in her honor will be installed in the public gardens at Kensington Palace.
"I retain the fondest of memories of my five state visits over the years, as well as an enduring affection for this attractive country and its people", she said.