Wearing bright colours and big smiles the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proved to be having a wonderful time in the Solomon Islands, the last stop on their Jubilee tour.
Upon their arrival on Sunday the royal couple were welcomed with a traditional dance and floral garlands. They then boared an open-top truck, decorated to look like a canoe, and drove past the hoardes of well-wishers who had come to catch a glimpse of them.
The duo then reached the Church of Melanesia cathedral in Honiara and attended a joyful service of thanksgiving for the dedicated service of the Queen.
Following the service Kate changed her outfit and emerged looking sensational in a bright pink and orange dress and tan heels.
Together with William in his light blue floral shirt, the couple glowed as they posed for photographs before attending an Island Feast, given in the traditional manner outdoors and hosted by the Governor-General at his official residence. During the dinner, the Prince gave a speech thanking his hosts.