Prince William and Kate Middleton visited a charity working with street children and a boys' home in New Delhi, on the third day of their week-long tour of India and Bhutan. While visiting the facility run by the Salaam Baalak Trust, Kate drew this picture of a house:
The royal couple also played a board game with the children and listened to what their hopes were for the future.
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.
Kate and William then flew to a wildlife park in Assam state, north east India. They planned their visit to Kaziranga specifically to focus global attention on conservation. The park is home to the world's largest population of rare, one-horned rhinos as well as other endangered species including swamp deer and the Hoolock gibbon.
After visiting the park, the royal couple will fly to the neighbouring kingdom of Bhutan at the invitation of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema, often dubbed the Wills and Kate of the Himalayas.