Prince William and Kate spent the day in the city and also opened a music and art complex called The Fire Station - one of the city's most iconic buildings.
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Once inside the Fire Station, the couple were treated to a colourful performance of music, dance and theatre from local children and young people.
"She was saying that it was really pretty".
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is seven months pregnant with her third baby, wore a dark green Dolce and Gabbana coat for the occasion, paired with suede heels and a matching clutch.
'I was just telling her how it works.
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Next, William and Kate travelled to the Northern Spire, where they were one of the first to walk across the striking new bridge, due to open this spring.
The 1550-tonne pylon bridge is the second part of the Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor, a five-phase plan to improve links between the A19 and Sunderland city centre and the Port of Sunderland.
The royal couple seemed relaxed in their safety gear, as they met local children before officially crossing the bridge and meeting those who have made the landmark engineering feat a reality.
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