They're Game! Will & Kate Play Cricket Down Under
NICE TO 'NOSE' YOU
Another day, another nose rub. The Duke of Cambridge cracks a smile Monday as he takes part in the Maori tradition after arriving with his wife and child in Christchurch, New Zealand, for the next leg of the family's Down Under tour.
And it's another close encounter for the Duchess, who keeps her eyes shut while rubbing noses with a Maori statesman during a Monday welcoming ceremony.
IT JUST SUITS HER
GOING TO BAT
Will gives his all as he swings a plastic cricket bat during a game with young Christchurch players, which helped publicize next year's Cricket World Cup, to be held in Australia and New Zealand.
The royals stand tall on stage with the Christchurch Cathedral choir during a visit to the "transitional cathedral," built when the city's classic cathedral was seriously damaged in a February 2011 earthquake.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD
For me? Kate pays attention to a young admirer as she accepts flowers and balloons from the welcoming crowd during a stop at Christchurch's Latimer Square Gardens.
Will and Kate view the memorial wall at Wigram Air Base, which is dedicated to Royal New Zealand Air Force members who lost their lives in service to their country.
THIS BUD'S FOR YOU
With scissors in hand, the cute couple jokes around while preparing to officially open the visitor center at Christchurch's botanical garden. On Tuesday, Will, Kate and Prince George will enjoy some time to themselves before taking off for Australia.