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Anna Widing, a 29-year-old worldwide bandy player, coached Will and Kate before they took to the ice. "Obviously we're all absolutely delighted that she donated her hair, and we're very grateful as well, just as we're grateful to everyone who chooses to support the charity in this way, and so many people do".

Prior to the dinner, the royal couple posed alongside Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel for a photo op, where Middleton stood out as the only royal not in an all-black ensemble.

Bandy is one of Sweden's (and Scandinavia's) most popular sports, and Sweden's women's team won the 2018 World Bandy Championships.

They went on to visit the Nobel Museum and ArkDes, Sweden's national centre for architecture and design.

The royal couple and guests dined on Scottish smoked salmon and guinea fowl as they enjoyed the company of newfound friends.

There's no word yet on whether or not Kate Middleton and Prince William's new baby is a boy or girl, but that hasn't stopped people from guessing what the new prince or princess of Cambridge's name will be.

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Braving chilly temperatures of -1C, Kate and Wills took to the ice on an outdoor ice skating rink for the bandy hockey game in Stockholm. The game is played on ice with round balls instead of a puck. The men's tournament finishes on 5 February.

Ikea, whose, was one of the companies represented at the event. "I'm proud that we can suit everybody", he said.

They headed to the Residence of the British Ambassador to Sweden, where they stayed the night.

Others who joined the Royals for the evening dinner included Hollywood stars Alicia Vikander and Stellan Skarsgard, a billionaire businessman, leading politicians and television celebrities.

Kate and William will learn about Sweden's work in mental health and children's well-being on day two. The royals will spend another day in Sweden before flying to Norway on Thursday for the second leg of their tour.

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