Kate and Will cross by ghosts of Al-Qaeda past: royals visit 9/11 memorial
Prince William and Kate Middleton lay flowers at 911 Memorial in New York City. (Image: hellomagazine.com)
The duke and duchess of Cambridge visited the National September 11 Memorial Museum Tuesday on the third and final day of their U.S. tour.
The royal couple was led by Memorial and Museum President Joe Daniels and Museum Director Alice Greenwald during their visit where they left a hand written note along with a flower bouquet and took a moment of silence around the twin memorial pools before heading into the museum.
The visit to the memorial was one of the last stops in Kate Middleton and Prince Williams' three day trip to the U.S., which began Sunday night and follows William's trip to D.C. where he met with President Barack Obama and spoke at the World bank while Middleton's visited Northside Center for Child Development. The couple reunited later that day to attend a Brooklyn Nets basketball game where they met American artists Beyonce and Jay Z and basketball star LeBron James.
The royal couple's itinerary for Tuesday also includes a visit to the The Door and the CityKids Foundation, attending a Creativity is GREAT Reception at NeueHouse and the University of St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
By Veronica Linares