The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen on the last stop of her Diamond Jubilee UK tour in Nottingham. 35,000 people lined the streets to try to catch a glimpse of the Royal Family. They appeared at the balcony of Council House, where they joined the crowds in a very loud rendition of “God Save the Queen” before retreating for a reception inside. Margaret Handley, who is the mayor of Broxtowe, met William and was very impressed by his wit and charm. She described a story of someone who told him “You look taller in person!” and William replied: “I’m not wearing my high heels today.” The Royal party then moved to Vernon Park, where the Queen inagurated a Playing Field which has been a huge legacy from her Diamond Jubilee throughout the country. Prince William then made a touching speech praising his grandmother, before they all sat down to watch several children compete in athletics.