Continuing to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embark on 8-day tour of Southeast Asia.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit the famed Singapore Botanical Gardens during their first stop of their tour, where this orchid was named Vanda William Catherine to mark the occasion.
Day 2 brings the royal couple to the stunning Gardens by the Bay, one of the largest garden projects in the world.
During their stay in Singapore, Will and Kate stayed in the famous Raffles Hotel, known for hosting many dignitaries since its opening in 1899.
The duo travel to Malaysia to visit Kuala Lumpur Park and attend a cultural event.
Will and Kate will lay a wreath at Kranji War Cemetery in Singapore before heading to Malaysia.
The couple will arrive in the historical Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia, for a reception in their honor.
To promote conservation, the royal couple visit Danum Valley in Malaysia on day 6 of their Diamond Jubilee tour.
The couple plans to visit schools, women’s groups, and attend a charity benefit while in the Solomon Islands.
The last stop for Will and Kate is Tuvalu. The couple will visit the Funafuit Island, which is home to a coconut tree that the Queen planted during her 1982 visit.