Prince William is set to land in Israel on Monday for the first official visit to the Holy Land by a member of the British royal family.
William’s three-day tour will include a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial center, a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a soccer game promoting coexistence, in Jaffa.
The Duke of Cambridge is also is set to meet with a Holocaust survivor and members of the Kindertransport – Jewish children in Europe who were sent to Britain to escape the Nazis between 1938 and 1940.
The prince’s itinerary includes two mystery items: A stop in central Tel Aviv on the afternoon of June 26, "for an event that will be announced during the visit," and a "cultural event" in Tel Aviv on the morning of June 27.
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