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Topic - Iliana Samaniego
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up their trip to Southern California on Sunday by visiting an inner-city school in downtown Los Angeles's notorious Skid Row area and attending a job fair for veterans.
They came, they schmoozed, they fundraised.
Prince William and Catherine's visit to the U.S. will fittingly include a match of the "sport of kings" at a Santa Barbara polo ground and an evening of hobnobbing with Hollywood's version of royalty, but the couple will also make a stop in Los Angeles' most plebian neighborhood _ Skid Row.
Fifteen-year-old Iliana Samaniego, who was in the troupe, said she was thrilled when William gave a double thumbs up and told them "brilliant" at the end of the performance.
"Just seeing the smile on Catherine, it was great," said Samaniego, one of the 16 dancers.