Hull people head across Humber to see Duchess of Cambridge
People from the region heading across the Humber Bridge yesterday to get a glimpse of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duchess spent the day in Grimsby for a series of engagements, touring the new National Fishing Heritage Centre, meeting Humberside Fire and Rescue Service crews and unemployed people taking part in a personal development course run by The Prince's Trust.
She also officially opened Havelock Academy secondary school in front of hundreds of pupils.
Flag-waving crowds chanted "We want Kate" as she arrived.
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The duchess shook hands with people among the crowds, who presented her with flowers.
She also made an unplanned stop at nearby St Andrew's Hospice to meet patients.
She left the town at about 4pm.