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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Once upon a time, there was a lovely doll named Knit Kate. The knitted version of the British mum-to-be was feeling a little homesick in New York City when it dawned on her that she could probably find little pieces of home in the Big Apple. First stop...Broadway! A Beatles concert show called "Let it Be" is slated to open July 24.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Next, the Knit Duchess of Cambridge made her way to famous New York toy store FAO Schwarz where she tried out a racecar that might suit a little boy perfectly, but Kate doesn't know if she's having a girl or a boy.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    These shiny trinkets for a baby looked fit for a royal heir.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    It's not quite the Buckingham Palace balcony where Kate and Prince William kissed after their wedding, but it was a perfect little taste of home for Knit Kate.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    The Good Friends Ship in NYC reminded Knit Kate of her ride down the Thames River in London for Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in June 2012.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    The knit duchess refuels with some candy bars from across the pond.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Knit Kate couldn't believe that it has been more than two years since her wedding to Prince William and the happy couple took a carriage ride through London with millions of people watching all around the world.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    The well-dressed duchess is seldom seen without her trusty LK Bennett heels and might have picked up a new pair in New York.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    New York's Central Park made Knit Kate miss her sweet dog Lupo who she likes to take for walks in London's Hyde Park.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    New York's Tea and Sympathy is the perfect place for a little Brit a long way from home.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    The British restaurant and tea shop is cozy and perfect for a pot of tea and some scones with clotted cream and jam.
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  • Knit Kate Middleton Explores NYC

    Knit Kate felt right at home at the Tea and Sympathy store where she was surrounded by British treats and beautiful teapots.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Knit Kate was thrilled to see a likeness of her and her prince on a lovely plate. Coincidentally, she happened to be wearing the same dress as in the photo.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Knit Kate was so happy to see this familiar face. Kate's baby will be Queen Elizabeth II's third great-grandchild.
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  • Knit Kate Sees NYC

    Knit Kate was ready for a rest after a big day in the city. Which one of Kate's stops was your favorite? Let us know using #KnitKate on Twitter!
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