Putting on brave faces while making the third stop on their nine-day Southeast Asian and Pacific tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton were treated to quite the festive greeting upon touching down at Honiara International Airport on Sunday (September 16).
Quite smitten with the warm reception, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge smiled and waved to the gathered crowd of 60,000 Solomon Islanders who, as well as a few dignitaries and a cadre of traditional dancers.
During a recent sunbathing session in the South of France, Kate Middleton opted to forego tan lines and ditched her bikini top. And now the French magazine Closer has published photos from the incident.
According to a report, the pictures feature the Duchess of Cambridge lying out in the sun sans top while her husband Prince William rubs tanning lotion on her back.
Immersing themselves into another adventure as part of their Southeast Asian and Pacific tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton closed out the work week in Kuala Lumpur on Friday (September 14).
In what's the second leg of their nine-day trek marking Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee, the Duke of Cambridge and his natively clad Duchess bride joined in on a ceremony at the Assyakirin Mosque while spending time roaming the gardens of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).
After a busy few weeks supporting the London Olympics and Paralympics, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge began the Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Day 2 of the tour took the newlyweds to a British High Commissioner's residence in Singapore today (September 12). Other stops on their far east tour include Malaysia, the Solomon Islands, and the Pacific Island of Tuvalu.
They’ve always been great at connecting with people, and earlier today (September 12) Prince William and Kate Middleton hobnobbed with the locals in Singapore.
Kicking off the second day of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Tour of the Far East, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent some time at the Strathmore Green housing estate, where they chatted with children and posed for pictures.
Continuing a floral trend, the Duchess of Cambridge slipped out of her light pink Jenny Packham dress from earlier in the day to zip into a purple print Prabal Gurung shift dress for a state reception dinner.