Kate stifles a giggle as she and William are garlanded by a gaggle of bare-chested women after
they arrive on Marau in the Solomon Islands



The colourful necklaces, worth up to £150 each, took three months to make



Hello! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge receive a traditional welcome from locals when they land in Mara.




The Royal couple stop midway along a walk way to watch a group of bare chested women perform
a water dance.





The Royal couple stop midway along a walk way to watch a group of bare chested women perform
a water dance.







The Duke listens intently while the Duchess smiles as a tribal war dance is performed in front of her



It's a bit like Morris dancing... The Duke shares a joke with his wife as they watch locals in Honiara perform
during their visit.




William listens intently as he chat to a tribal warrior at a cultural village in Honiara


The Duke appears to wince as the dancers mock spear their enemy during the display




A quick wave and they're off: The Duke and Duchess head off by boat to Tavanipupu