Today, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge is to visit the town of Grimsby for a series of engagements. Her Royal Highness will be making her first official visit to the town as a member of the Royal Family and for Grimsby.
The last time a member of the Royal Family visited Grimsby according to ‘This is Grimsby’ was when Princess Anne visited in 2008.
Grimsby has quite a distinguished history in terms of longevity. It features in the Domesday book of 1086, making the community over 900 years old. At the time, it was recorded with a population of just 200. Nowadays it has a population of about 90,000.
The Duchess is expected to visit three different places in Grimsby
Pupils at Macaulay Primary Academy are preparing to wave their flags for the arrival of The Duchess of Cambridge.
Year Five pupils have created 50 flags for the future Queen to welcome her with the colours of red, white and blue at The Fishing Heritage Centre.
For those of you in Grimsby who are looking forward to meeting the Duchess, should you get the opportunity, here is a short guide on Royal protocol so you know how to correctly greet the Duchess.
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