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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge drive tractors on family farm visit” – below is their description.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took turns behind the wheel of a tractor as they visited a family farm in County Durham.
Prince William and the Duchess travelled to Manor Farm, Little Stainton, near Darlington to carry out the official engagement, two days before their 10th wedding anniversary.
William went first, with Kate asking for a turn afterwards.
It was the Cambridges’ first official in-person engagement away from London since their royal train tour in December last year.
William has previously told of his passion for farming, revealing that his children are already playing on tractors.
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