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The Royals delight crowds in Christchurch

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) museum on Monday where Prince William paid tribute to the earthquake-shattered city of Christchurch and its residents. The royal couple also laid roses at the RNZAF Wall of Remembrance before unveiling a new memorial plaque honouring air force personnel who served on peacekeeping missions around the world. They started the day visiting the Canterbury Television Memorial Park at Latimer Square where they laid down memorial stones as a tribute to Christchurch victims. They also met with families of the 185 people killed in the 2011 earthquake. Prince William and Catherine, popularly known as Kate, then walked over to the Transitional Cathedral, a cardboard design by prize-winning Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The visit to the Transitional Cathedral was followed by a walkabout where the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge met the public. This included the chance to greet the mothers

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