Kate Middleton and Prince William get traditional Aboriginal welcome Down Under
Kate Middleton and Prince William are clearly getting into the swing of their royal Australian tour.
The royal couple landed in Uluru, where they received a traditional Aboriginal welcome among from the local Anangu community.
They landed in Ayres airport this morning with their son Prince George, however they protected the eight-month-old from the glare of the cameras as he will only be included for select public events.
Their visit marks one of the most exciting things to happen to the remote village, where they were greeted by, Sally Thomas, her husband Duncan McNeill, Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles and his wife Tamara and immediately escorted on a visit to the National Indigenous Training Academy.
When it comes to Kate's style, as they say - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
The Duchess wore her favourite LK Bennett nude shoes, the stalwart of her wardrobe since becoming a royal in 2011 and a taupe dress by Roksanda Ilincic.
Kate and Willl took time off their official duties to mark their first Easter with little George, who, just days before, showed off his rambunctious nature by trying to grab a bilby with the same name.
The Duke and Duchess have mentioned a few times to members of the public how their son is teething and drooling heavily but got over his jetlag and is now sleeping.