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Monday, April 14, 2014

Kate & William Tour To New Zealand - Part 1

 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge delighted the crowds as they embarked on their first walkabout of the royal tour . Faced with more than 5,000 cheering, flag waving fans, the couple plunged in to speak to as many members of the public as they could.Many had waited for up to eight hours for the chance to say hello while others climbed trees for a better vantage point.
 Cheering crowds welcome the Cambridges: Kate and William meet war veterans,
 flag-waving fans and children in tiaras on first public walkabout in New Zealand
  • The Duke and Duchess meet with returned service men and women, senior politicians and 5,000 locals in Blenheim
  • They laid a wreath marking the World War One sacrifice and attended a commemoration service with 100 veterans
  • Kate and William later met Sir Peter Jackson for a guided tour of the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
The Duchess wore a pair of diamond and sapphire earrings which match her engagement ring
The Duchess looked delighted as she greeted members of the crowd and received a bouquet of flowers and a series of hand written cards
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a wreath-laying and commemoration service in Blenheim this morning where they were greeted by cheering locals
The Duchess looked very interested as she greeted a young girl wearing a princess-style tulle dress showed Kate her royal mug
The Duchess' mothering instinct was clear as she dangled her fingers to entertain nine-month-old Alton King, who promptly sneezed on her

World War Two veteran Wilton Sterritt shared a photo of himself with Prince Phillip with the Duchess much to her delight
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part in a service of remembrance for New Zealand's war dead and laid a wreath in their memory

Prince William bent down to receive a bouquet of orange and white gerberas from two flame-haired sisters, three-year-old twins Lola and Milly Barnett
The Duke and Duchess spoke animatedly to local dignitaries after laying the wreath in Seymour Square
The keen aviator and local resident gave the couple a personal tour of the stunning exhibition, 
as well as a static display of aircraft and vehicles from the Great War.
The Prince seemed delighted as he sat in the antique plane
Smile! Sir Peter Jackson takes a souvenir as he snapps photos of the Duchess on his smartphone
Prince William limbered into the cockpit of a World War Two bi-plane during the visit to Omaka Aviation heritage Center as Kate looks on concerned


Later the couple will fly back to Wellington where William is due to meet New Zealand’s Prime Minister, John Key, and the leader of the opposition at Government House. 

6 comments:

n O e s u h a i m i said...

org dh cantik...semuanya nampak menarik jer

QasehnyaRania said...

so sweet la

suri said...

dia sentiasa kemas, cantik dan ceria.

suri said...

malam isni ini kit akasi gegar lagi sekali heee...


libres dua kali untuk sahabatku dari jauh...

camat malem

Fiza Rahman said...

Puteri raja berjiwa rakyat.

Mummydearie said...

Cantik dia ni tapi... kenapalah saya lebih suka Lady Diana...

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