Prince William and his wife, Duchess Kate, have a packed agenda for their first trip to the nation's biggest city, New York.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are scheduled to arrive in the Big Apple late in the day, and make their first public appearances the next morning.
- Kate will tour a child development center in Harlem along with Chirlane McCray, the first lady of New York.
- Prince William will head south to Washington, D.C. for a White House meeting with President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
- Prince William will then attend a World Bank conference about efforts to fight illegal wildlife trading.
- The couple will reunite on Monday night back in New York for a meeting with the British Consul General at his home for a reception co-hosted by the Clinton Foundation. Both Hillary Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, are scheduled to attend the event.
- The duke and duchess will end their Monday evening meeting other "royalty," in this case, Lebron “King” James, when they attend the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Brooklyn Nets game at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
- Will and Kate will pay their respects at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum. “There really is such a deep connection between the people of the United Kingdom and the United States and this visit reflects that to a tremendous degree,” the museum’s president, Joe Daniels, told TODAY.
- The couple will conclude their trip attending a fundraiser at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The evening will raise scholarship money for the University of St. Andrews, the Scottish institution where William and Kate first met. Prince William is expected to speak at the event, along with actor Tom Hanks, whose daughter attended the school.
The whirlwind trip will be the royal couple’s second trip across the pond. They last paid a visit to the States in 2011 during a trip to Los Angeles.
Unlike their joint trip earlier this year to Australia and New Zealand, the duke and duchess will not be traveling with their son, 1-year-old Prince George. The couple are expecting a second child next spring.
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