Royal couple in Solomon Islands

  • Britain's William and his wife Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, leave the Cultural village in Honiara, Monday. The royal couple are on their third stop of a nine-day tour of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee. AP
  • William and his wife Kate, top centre, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, watch a traditional dance at the Cultural Village in Honiara, Monday. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch a traditional dance. AP
  • The Duchess of Cambridge, talks to a traditional wood carver at the Cultural village in Honiara. AP
  • Another tribal dance. AP
  • The Duchess walks through the Cultural village. AP
  • The Duchess, centre, poses for a group photo with local women working in public service, youth groups, church groups and Non-Government Organizations in Honiara. AP
  • The Duchess is presented with a small canoe by two local children during a visit to the Commonwealth Youth Programme in Honiara. AP
  • The Duchess, second from right, speaks to local traditional dancers during a visit to a cultural village in Honiara. AP
  • The Duchess is presented with a cake by an unidentified woman. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess pay their respects after laying a wreath at the Coast Watcher and Solomon Scouts Memorial in Honiara. AP
  • Prince William, top centre, poses with young soccer players after a soccer demonstration at the Cultural Village in Honiara. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess talk to girls during the opening ceremony of the renovated Commonwealth Street in central Honiara. AP
  • People await the arrival of the Duke and Duchess for the opening ceremony of the renovated Commonwealth Street. AP
  • The Duchess speaks with a traditional weaver during a visit to the Cultural Village in Honiara. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess look at traditional dancers during their visit to the cultural village. AP
  • Another traditional dance. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge listen to a village chief who makes a speech after they arrived at Marapa Island, Monday. AP
  • The Duke and Duchess watch a shark ceremony performed by women in the water as they arrive at Marapa Island. AP

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