Britain's Kate the Duchess of Cambridge stands with her husband Prince William, left, and his brother Prince Harry, right, as they are greeted upon their arrival to attend the inauguration of "Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden" near Watford, approximately 18 miles north west of central London, Friday, April 26, 2013. As well as attending the inauguration Friday at the former World War II airfield site, the royals will undertake a tour of Warner Bros. "Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter", where they will view props, costumes and models from the Harry Potter film series. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
WATFORD, England (AP) — Britain's young royals are having a magical day out with a visit to the studio where the "Harry Potter" movies were filmed.
Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are touring Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden near London, home to the Making of Harry Potter studio tour.
The royals, accompanied by 500 children and adults from charities they support, are getting a wand lesson, visiting Hogwarts' Great Hall and seeing props, costumes and models from the Potter series.
William seemed taken with props from "The Dark Knight" Batman trilogy. "I'm a very happy man," he joked after exploring the Batmobile and sitting astride Batpod motorcycle.
Friday is the studio's official opening, although it has already been used for films including "All You Need is Kill" with Tom Cruise.