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Kate Middleton and Prince William's Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East and South Pacific started in Malaysia. See the photos here
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge might be more used to wearing elegant gowns and sharp suits, but they showed they know how to rock the smart casual colourful holiday wear too!
Kate Middleton dazzled in a gorgeous pink and orange dress presented to her by her hosts at a banquet on the Solomon Islands.
'Hello there, we're William and Kate... What are your names?'
Thank goodness Kate's protected by an umbrella - we can't bear the thought of her yellow Jaeger dress getting wet!
The Duchess of Cambridge was delighted to be presented with a boat model at a Women's Reception at the Leaf House, Commonwealth Youth South Pacific Centre in the Solomon Islands.
You can take the Duchess out of the UK... But you can't take the UK out of the Duchess!
Looking sharp, Wills!
No wonder Kate was recently voted to have the third best celebrity smile in the world... Just look at those pearly whites!
Kate Middleton was certainly the belle of the ball!
Give us a wave! Kate and Wills head over to the Assyakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur.
The Duchess of Cambridge clutches some beautiful pink roses as she arrives at the mosque.
The loved up couple are always snapped laughing together.
Wills and Kate take off their shoes before entering the Assayakirin Mosque.
Kate removes her faithful L.K. Bennett nude courts before entering the mosque.
The royal couple sign the visitor's book at the Assyakirin Mosque.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dress by ethical label Beulah London.
Kate was the picture of serenity during the mosque visit.
The couple seem to enjoy every minute of their visit.
Kate chats to her hosts at the Assyakirin Mosque.
Kate was taking everything in.
'Hands off Wills, these roses are mine!'
Kate's hair was styled in a demure updo for the mosque visit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a cultural fair at Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park. The pair seem really excited to visit all the local sites.
The royal couple chat against the backdrop of Kuala Lumpur.
Kate and Wills attend an official dinner given by His Majesty, The Yang di-Pertuan Agong at his official residence, the Istana Negara, in Kuala Lumpur. The couple were asked to sign a visitor's book as they arrived. Kate looks spectacular in a white and gold dress. Find out who designed her gown...
Kate looks majestic at the royal dinner in a white and gold dress designed by Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen. Burton made sure she decorated the gown with the hibiscus, which is a typical Malaysian flower
Kate Middleton signs a birthday card for Zakwan Anuar, who's just turned 15. Zakwan, sitting with his mother, has terminal leukemia. Kate and Wills are on a visit of the Hospis Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
Kate helped Zakwan open his birthday presents
Kate sweetly reads all the messages in Zakwan's card
Kate Middleton takes part in an art class at the hospice
Prince William too spent time with the children at Hospis Malaysia. The prince took part in an art class with Linges Warry Apparad. Check out his artwork in the next photo...
Prince William's artwork in clay. But what is it exactly?
Kate attends a lunch with the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mohammad Najib Abdul Razak at his official residence, the Seri Perdana in Kuala Lumpur
Kate Middleton gave her first public speech of the tour at the Hospis Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. Kate was confident and composed
Kate and Wills look fresh and relaxed after Kate's speech at the Hospis Malaysia
Kate Middleton lands in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with not one single hair out of place! How does she do it?
Kate chats and greets fans at the airport
The gorgeous Duchess exudes confidence
What a handsome couple!
A composed Kate looks pretty and demure in a Jenny Packham duck egg blue dress with a distinctive 50s feel
The couple look relaxed as they leave Kuala Lumpur airport.
Kate's a natural at royal duties!
Kate Middleton protects herself from the sun with a ladylike parasol. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Kranji War Memorial in Singapore
The royal couple look sombre as they visit the war memorial and lay a wreath
The Duchess of Cambridge can teach these school children a thing or two about art... She studied History of Art at St Andrews, where she met a certain William Windsor!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in good spirits as the sun shined during their visit to the Rainbow Centre in Singapore.
It seems like Brit-mania isn't just limited to the UK right now... Just look at the flags The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted with by admirers at Gardens by the Bay!
People all over the world love our Wills and Kate, and Singapore is no different... clearly!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's signatures look as classy as they dress! The royal couple signed 'Wills' and 'Catherine' in the visitors book at Gardens by the Bay.
'Are you looking at me?' The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made friends with a dancing dragon during a visit to Strathmore Green, Queenstown Housing Estate in Singapore... As you do!
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed that he would love to have two children! 'Someone asked him how many children he would like to have, and he said he was thinking about having two,' said Corine Ackermann, 17, a pupil at the Tanglin Trust British School.
Crowds of admirers gathered as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. 'They were really very nice. They were taking to all the kids in front of me. They were being very sweet,' Liesel Chong said.
Kate Middleton looked as elegant as ever in a smart white dress. Just look at her hair shimmering!
'Say cheese!' The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose with the President of Singapore, Tony Tan and his wife Mary at The Istana.
There is nothing we don't love about this photo!
We love Kate Middleton's purple print dress by New York-based desinger label Prabal Gurung... So glamorous!
Touchdown! Prince William and wife Kate Middleton received a gorgeous bouquet of flowers upon arriving at the VIP terminal of Changi International Airport, Singapore.
The Duke of Cambridge, meanwhile, looked smart as ever in a midnight blue suit and sky blue tie combo.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked typically glamorous in Brit designer Jenny Packham's kimono-style pink gown with an orchid pattern. Wills and Kate are in Singapore as part of a nine-day tour of the Far East and South Pacific in honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
It was smiles all round as the Duchess of Cambridge was presented with an orchid named in her and Prince William's honour! Clearly, the 14-hour journey didn't take its toll on the royal family member.
'It's a great honour to have them here in Singapore, for them to be starting their tour here,' said Dr Maliki Osman, Singapore's senior secretary for defence and national development. William said he has friends here and he's been told there are lots of wonderful things to see. They said they were excited to be here and looking forward to the visit.'
'They are such a lovely couple, so affable. Kate was asking me about my children, what their ages are,' said Dr Maliki Osman's wife Sadiah Bte Shahal, who presented the Duchess with her bouquet of yellow flowers. 'We talked about the UK and particularly about shopping. 'She also asked me about the flowers I gave her...'
We wonder how Wills signs his name... Writing 'Prince William, Duke of Cambridge' every time would become quite time consuming!
The Duke and Duchess were also shown a white orchid named after Diana, Princess of Wales, which the late Princess had been due to visit which would have taken place in September 1997 had she not sadly passed away the month before.
The royal couple have been married for well over a year, but they still exchange the same loving glances they did when they first started dating years ago.
Clearly, the Duchess of Cambridge is having a whale of a time on the Tour!