Watch again: Prince and Princess of Wales meet Commonwealth troops

Watch again: prince and princess of wales meet commonwealth troops

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Watch again as William and Kate meet Commonwealth troops.

The new Prince and Princess of Wales were treated to a performance of the Haka from New Zealand troops.

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