Prince William and Kate Middleton are on an official visit to India and Bhutan from 10- 16 April. The tour will see them visit Kaziranga National Park, attend art classes with local children and meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. IBTimes UK takes a look at some of the best photos of the royals on tour.
Day Five: Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived at Paro International Airport in Bhutan, where they will be spending the next two days. The plans for the short visit will include dinner with the country's fifth king, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema. They both tried their hands at archery, the country's national sport.
Day Three: Prince William and Kate Middleton visited a charity working with street children and a boys' home in New Delhi run by the Salaam Baalak Trust. Kate chose a modest printed maxi dress with seventies-inspired tie front and long sleeves. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a private lunch at a former palace in New Delhi. Kate wore a full-sleeved gauze green dress, while William donned a blue suit and Modi was clad neck-to-toe in white.
Day Two: Prince William and Kate Middleton paid tribute to Indian soldiers killed during the First World War at a memorial in New Delhi. The royal couple laid a wreath at the memorial, which bears the names of nearly 13,000 slain Indian soldiers. The Duchess looked amused after a stiff breeze whipped her hair around and caused her white Emilia Wickstead dress to balloon. The royals then paid their respects to Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi. On the second day of their week-long royal tour of India, they placed a wreath and bowed their heads as they stood in front of a memorial for Gandhi in New Delhi. They also toured a museum near the spot where the independence leader was assassinated in 1948. In the evening, the couple attended a garden party in New Delhi to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday, which is on 21 April. Kate wore an Alice Temperley crop top and maxi skirt.
Day One: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a cricket match at the Oval Maidan public park in Mumbai and met children from slums across the city, as well as people from the charities Magic Bus, Childline and Doorstep – three non-governmental organisations. The Duchess wore a long pink and green dress by Mumbai designer Anita Dongre, paired with a pair of beige wedges. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also mingled with top Bollywood stars at a charity event. Kate Middleton wore a bespoke gown and shawl from British designer Jenny Packham.