Kate and William are besieged by crowds during a surprise walking tour of Windsor | UK News

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The Prince and Princess of Wales make a surprise appearance at a coronation event in Windsor.

They greet concert-goers along the Long Walk at Windsor Castle ahead of tonight’s Coronation Concert.

William and Kate thanked the well-wishers for their support and shook hands with people.

Kate is wearing a light blue suit jacket and white top, and William is wearing a dark suit jacket and white shirt.

At one point, Kate picked up a small union flag on a stick that had fallen on the ground and handed it to the well-wisher, who dropped it.

Later, William will take to the stage to deliver a speech during the concert, while Kensington Palace will show behind-the-scenes footage of the prince during rehearsals.

A number of other royals are appearing across the country to celebrate the Coronation Big Lunch – an event encouraging people to throw picnics and street parties to get to know their neighbors and their community better.

Prince and Princess of Wales meet royal fans at The Big Lunch in Windsor (Image: Sky News)

Will and Kate meet royal fans at The Big Lunch in Windsor (Image: Sky News)

The The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh attended an event in Cranleigh, Surrey, and it appears the weather is staying dry for most people – unlike Saturday’s washout.

Meanwhile, Princess Anne, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence will attend a community street party in Swindon.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will also attend a grand luncheon in Windsor.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also hosted an event at 10 Downing Street for volunteers and Ukrainian refugees.

To find Big Lunch events near you, visit the Eden Project Communities website, which includes an interactive events map.

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Justin Scaccy

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