In Numbers: The royal train tour

William and Kate’s trip was arranged to boost morale and thank key workers and communities for their efforts during the pandemic.

In Numbers: The royal train tour

Here is a look at the Cambridges’ royal train tour in numbers as the trip came to an end:

1 – Cat – The animal was seen casually strolling behind William and Kate as they visited a care home in Bath.

1 – Supportive PM – No 10 said Boris Johnson welcomed the “morale boost” the tour would provide.

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Kate and William meeting an ambulance worker in Newbridge, near Edinburgh (Wattie Cheung/PA)

2 – Nights – Spent by William and Kate sleeping on the royal train.

3 – Days – The tour began on Sunday evening and ended on Tuesday.

3 – Countries – The tour took the duke and duchess to Scotland, England and Wales.

3 – Reindeer – William and Kate arranged for the animals to visit a school in Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

5 – Coats for Kate – The duchess began the trip in an olive green Alexander McQueen coat as she set off from London, followed by a blue Catherine Walker one, then a navy Hobbs coat, a red McQueen coat for Cardiff and a green Catherine Walker one with a faux fur collar at Windsor.

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Kate in three of her five royal train tour coats (PA)

8 – Stops – Edinburgh, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Batley, Manchester, Cardiff, Bath, Reading and Windsor.

9 – Number of carriages on the royal train.

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The royal train (Chris Jackson/PA)

1,250 – Miles the royal train tour covered over the three days.

67006 – The number of the Class 67 locomotive engine – Royal Sovereign – pulling the royal train.

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