Dippy's replacement at the Natural History Museum is in place

"Hope the blue whale has taken centre-stage at the Natural History Museum

It's an exciting edition to the acclaimed Natural History Museum, and the 25-metre long skeleton can now be seen hanging from the ceiling in the Hintze Hall.

Kate was handsome in blue, donning a $1,065 Preen dress with towering black Prada heels.

Princess Kate visited one of her and Prince George's favorite spots on Thursday: the Natural History Museum!

"I am experiencing the joy all over again with my own children, who adore coming here, and it is not just to see the T-Rex mind you", she said of the museum which is less than a mile from Kensington Palace.

Dippy the dinosaur is visiting Norwich Cathedral in 2020.

Dippy - or more accurately a cast of the dinosaur's bones - is now due to embark of a tour of museums around Britain.

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Blue whales are the largest known animal on Earth; they can grow up to 100ft long and weigh as much as 200 tons. The museum posted a time-lapse video of its installation of an entire blue whale skeleton, and even from a distance, it's incredible.

Dippy will soon tour United Kingdom museums.

But its impressive Hintze Hall is now dominated by the new arrival called Hope.

These include giraffes, a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite, and one of the most complete dinosaur fossils ever discovered in the United Kingdom - a Mantellisaurus.

Hope has already represented a defining moment in the lives of curators and conservation teams, and the museum hopes she will inspire a new generation of visitors when doors open Friday.

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