On the sixth day of their tour of New Zealand, Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived at the town of Hamilton, travelling from Auckland.
The Duke of Cambridge was given a tour of an aircraft factory, while Kate Middleton was shown around a children's hospice, her first solo engagement. Wearing a green Erdem coat over a green and white Suzannah dress, Kate was shown around the Rainbow Place children's hospice in Hamilton.
The facility helps children with life-limiting illnesses as well as children who are suffering from grief and loss or coping with parents who are terminally ill.
The royal couple then went to the nearby town of Cambridge where they laid a wreath at a war memorial to commemorate New Zealand's war dead. The event was to remember those who had died in all wars, and particularly to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war.