Duchess Kate in Mulberry as the royal couple spend a final rainy day in NYC
Prince William and Duchess Kate view the Memorial Reflection Pool during their during a visit to the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
Kate lays flowers at the Memorial Reflection Pool.
Inside, a note from William and Kate read "In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September, and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild."
Another view of the royals at the reflecting pools.
Kate carried an umbrella into the museum, as unfortunately, their last day in NYC is a wash-out.
William and Kate use umbrellas from their hotel, The Carlyle, as they enter the museum.
Kate wore her hair up in a high ponytail, perfect for a rainy day!
The Duke and Duchess look at damaged tridents from the base of the North Tower during a visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
William and Kate leave the part of the museum that features every face of those lost on September 11th, clearly affected by the sight of so many lives lost.
The royals are shown the remains of an aerial which once stood atop one of the twin towers during a visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Later in the day, Kate and William visited 'The Door' and the City Kids Foundation. They watched a performance and learned more about the organizations.
Prince William and Duchess Kate watching the art performance as they visit The Door/City Kids Foundation.
Kate and William chat with a couple of kids while at The Door in NYC.
The Duke and Duchess attend the Creativity is GREAT reception at NeueHouse in New York.
Kate chats with J.Crew's Jenna Lyons, wearing a black Seraphine maternity dress and a gold necklace.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend the Creativity is GREAT reception.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their final morning in NYC -- a very rainy morning -- visiting the National September 11 Memorial and Museum before heading off for a packed schedule of engagements. The royal couple first viewed the reflecting pools, laying a bouquet of flowers for those lost.
Within the flowers was a note from William and Kate that read: "In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September, and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild."
The royals then proceeded inside to take a tour of the Museum. The Duchess wore a bright pink Mulberry coat (which has already sold out) today to brace against the cold New York rains, wearing black gloves, tights and pumps with the outfit. She also smartly wore her hair up -- better to fight these Nor'Easter winds and rain. (No, seriously, it's been a downpour all. day.)
After their visit to the Museum, Kate and William went to see how organizations The Door and the City Kids Foundation work together to improve children's lives in NYC. They watched a performance and met many kids who benefit from both foundations.
We later saw Kate take off her bright pink coat when attending a Creativity is GREAT reception at NeueHouse. The royals rubbed shoulders with the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Jenna Lyons of J.Crew and more creative minds.
Click through the above to see photos from Kate and William's third day in New York City, and check back later for coverage of their gala dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art!