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While there, the Duchess mingles with a young fan, who presents her with a token of her affection.
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William, meanwhile, takes a moment to read through a 1953 newspaper clipping marking his grandmother's coronation. "[It was] a very long flight, but we're so happy to be here," he says of the couple's eight-day visit to Southeast Asia to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration.
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MARK HER ENGINES
"Try not to break any engines," William quips as his wife playfully flexes her muscles before giving one of the engines produced at the Rolls Royce factory in Seletar a spin.
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UP IN THE AIR
That same day, the prince puts his own arm strength on display while playing toss with students from the Rainbow Center, a school for children with special needs.
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Cheers to that! Husband and wife clink glasses in a toast to Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee to end the evening. Their final event of the day, a dinner reception, was held at Eden Hall, the official residence of the U.K.'s High Commissioner to Singapore.
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The Duchess flies solo for her first speech abroad, which she gives at their next stop in Kuala Lumpur in honor of the staff at Hospis Malaysia on Sept. 13. "Providing children and their families with a place of support, care and enhancement at a time of great need is simply life-changing," she says, drawing applause from the room and a beaming William.
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IT'S A DRAW
In a contest of artistic ability, the couple sketches drawings into clay tiles that will later be displayed at the Hospis, with Kate replicating a tree and William drawing his version of the cartoon characters Tom and Jerry.
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