Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge are on a nine day tour of South East Asia and the South Pacific to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Here are some of the best pics from their journey...
Arriving at Brisbane airport in Australia, Prince William and Kate had a brief stop off before continuing their South Pacific tour. We just love Kate's elegantly-simple floral summer dress - very pretty.
A quick wardrobe change for Kate as the couple wait for their plane to be refueled at Brisbane airport. It's great to see the Duchess wearing casual clothes - we're loving her blue patterned scarf and natural hairstyle.
Arriving back at Honiara Airport in The Solomon Islands the Royal pair
got ready to board a plane to Tuvalu. Doesn't Kate look lovely in her
elegant cream dress? Very pretty.
Kate and Will were greeted by some very excited locals who carried them from the plane along the streets for the Welcome Ceremony.
The couple seemed as though they were thoroughly enjoying a traditional dinner at Tausoa Lima Falekaupule, Tuvalu. We just love the heart shaped chairs - very appropriate.
Kate didn't hold back when it came to the end of the celebrations. Dancing at the Vaiku Falekaupule, the Duchess of Cambridge showed the locals her dance moves. We think Kate looks lovely dressed in traditional clothing.
Kate and Will visited a school in Tuvalu after their warm welcome. The couple applauded the school children for their creative work. We just love their floral crowns!
We think Kate is going to make a great mum. Surrounded by very excited school children, the Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful talking to the kids in a pastel yellow dress.
Kate and Wills were treated to some traditional island culture on their second day on the Solomon Islands. Smiling as brightly as her yellow dress, Kate seemed to put all her worries behind her as she watched the show.
She better get used to wearing a crown! Kate was given a pretty floral crown made with exotic flowers by the crowds of fans waiting to greet them.
We love this pic! Kate and Wills look like any other couple on holiday with their loud print clothes. Although they were having dinner with the Governor General of the Solomon Islands so it probably wasn't quite like our recent hols!
Kate and Wills donned casual attire for their visit to Danum Valley rainforest in Malaysia. Dressed in almost matching khaki outfits, the pair took in the natural beauty at the park.
Kate drew comparisons to late mother-in-law Princess Diana by wearing a head scarf to visit the Mosque.
William and Kate followed the Muslim etiquette and removed their shoes for their visit to the Assyakirin Mosque.
Loving the sleek up-do, Kate! The Duchess swept her hair back to attend a cultural event at Central Park.
Visiting the war cemetery, the Royal couple paid their respects to those who lost their lives in battle. Doesn't Kate look lovely in her simple teal dress and parasol?
Kate and Wills donned their glad rags to attend the special dinner with the Royal family. Kate looked stunning in a shimmery Alexander McQueen dress.
On the second day of the Diamond Jubilee Tour, Kate looked ravishing in a pure white top and skirt combo with her signature curly locks.
Will let Kate have the window seat on the Gardens By The Bay Singapore tour bus. The Duchess even looks good sitting on a bus!
Kate seemed as though she was throughly enjoying meeting the overwhelming crowds that gathered for their arrival. Shaking people's hands and talking to children, Kate was full of smiles.
At Queenstown precinct for a cultural event, Kate and Wills were happy to stop for pics and chats with enthusiastic locals - look at all those camera phones. Kate wore her second dress of the day for this occasion - we love it!
While talking to the crowds Will received a football shirt from a fan. He was overheard telling one child that he would like to have two children with wife Kate - bless!
Kate and Will were greeted by Dragon Dancers and saw a display of Tai Chi. Kate also recevied some flowers from a very cute little girl.
At the Rainbow Centre in Queenstown, Singapore, Kate sat and helped some of the kids with their artwork. We just think Kate is going to make a great mother one day - don't you agree?
Kate didn't mind rolling up her sleeves and getting her hands dirty painting with the kids. She even popped on a bright blue apron and was raring to go!
On their first day of the nine-day tour, the Royal couple looked as though they were excited to learn about the different types of Orchids in the VIP Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Prince William and Kate had an orchid named after them, just like The Queen and Princess Diana of Wales who also have orchids in this garden. The flower was named Vanda William Catherine and matched the pretty flowers on Kate's dress.
Kate looked stunning holding a bouquet of beautiful orchids in an elegant cream dress for the orchid naming ceremony.
Quick wardrobe change! Kate and Will attended a State Dinner at The Istana in Singapore where they were met by The President of Singapore Tony Tan and his wife.