In Numbers: The Cambridges' royal train tour

William and Kate are travelling around the country on a three-day trip.

Here is a look at the Cambridges’ royal train tour so far in numbers:

1 – First Minister – Nicola Sturgeon said the royal household was made aware of all of the travel restrictions in place in Scotland before the trip. She did not comment on whether the tour was boosting morale.

2 – Royals – William and Kate – onboard the royal train.

3 – Outfits – The duchess swapped her blue Catherine Walker coat for a navy Hobbs one for her arrival in Batley and then added a Brora jumper for Manchester. William replaced his tartan scarf with an olive green one in Batley, and then a blue one for Manchester.

Kate at Batley Community Centre (Danny Lawson/PA)

3 – Reindeer – William and Kate arranged for Chaz, Crackers and Echols to visit schoolchildren in Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

3 – Days – The tour began on Sunday evening and ends on Tuesday.

4 – Stops so far – Edinburgh, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Batley and Manchester.

9 – Number of carriages on the Royal Train.

William and Kate
William and Kate in front of the royal train at Edinburgh Waverley Station (Andy Barr/PA)

175 – Schoolchildren waiting for the royal couple in Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

220 – Miles covered by royal train from Edinburgh to Manchester on Monday.

240 – Charities which make up NHS Charities Together – William and Kate are its new joint patrons.

1,250 – Miles the royal train tour will cover over the three days.

67006 – The number of the Class 67 locomotive engine – Royal Sovereign – pulling the royal train.

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