The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit vaccination centre at Westminster Abbey

Francesca Rice
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for a joint royal engagement on Tuesday (23rd March), paying a visit to a Covid-19 vaccination centre at Westminster Abbey.

The cathedral has joined the UK's vaccination effort, with vaccines now being given at Poet's Corner.

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The royal couple were pictured walking down the aisle together at the cathedral, where they married nearly 10 years ago in April 2011.

During their visit – which took place exactly one year after the start of the first national lockdown – Will and Kate chatted to staff as they heard about their experiences and efforts in the ongoing vaccination drive. The royal couple also spoke with members of the public who were receiving their jabs.

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While visiting the cathedral, the royal couple also took part in a minute's silence to honour all of those who have lost their lives during the pandemic, with Prince William lighting a candle and Kate laying a bunch of daffodils down in tribute.

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The Duke and Duchess were dressed up smartly with William wearing a traditional navy suit and Kate opting for a white coat by designer Catherine Walker with lace detailing.

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