See Every Amazing Photo from Prince William's Historic Middle East Tour
Touchdown in Jordan!
The two princes pose after William's landing at Marka Military Airport.
Hitting Their Stride
Prince William and the Crown Prince of Jordan greet each other at Marka Military Airport.
Getting to Work
William and Hussein visit the TechWorks Fabrication Lab at the King Hussein Business Park in Amman. The Fab Lab program, started by MIT, educates members of local communities about technology and innovation.
Cheers to Grandma!
At a party celebrating Queen Elizabeth's birthday at the U.K. ambassador's residence on June 24, William reads her message to the people of Jordan. She reflected on her last visit to the country in 1984.
Unable to watch England's World Cup game live, William declined to hear the score and instead watched it at the end of the day in Crown Prince Hussein's residence, Beit Al Urdun Palace.
On June 25, the second day of his Middle East trip, Prince William and Crown Prince Hussein visited the Roman ruins in Jerash.
Crown Prince Hussein shows William around the remains of the first century Roman city of Jerash.
William bonds with local kids visiting Jerash archeological site for a photography course.
Prince William poses in front of Roman ruins in Jerash with local photography students.
Prince William plays with Syrian refugee children from UNICEF's Makani program, which provides psychological support for them and their parents.
Meet and Greet
Prince William and Crown Prince Hussein meet with youth members of UNICEF's Makani program.
Prince William met with a group of orphaned Jordanian women who've worked with the Princess Taghrid Institute for Development and Training to find support and job opportunities.
In the Cockpit Again
William, a former air ambulance pilot, steps inside an air ambulance at Marka Military Airport.
Testing His Chops
Prince William experiments with the technology at Al Quds College on a visit to bond with Jordanian and Syrian refugee students.
William puts the finishing touches on a coffee drink as he meets with student baristas at Al Quds College on June 25.
William deplanes in Tel Aviv on June 25. It's the first official visit by a member of the British royal family to Israel and the disputed territories.
Prince William approaches his greeting committee at Ben Gurion International Airport.
Prince William and Avner Shalev, the chairman of Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem, walk into the museum for a special tour on June 26.
William meets Holocaust survivors during his tour of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
Hall of Names
Prince William stands in Yad Vashem's Hall of Names, a space dedicated to the 6 million Holocaust victims who died without cemeteries, headstones or any other trace.
Pages of Testimony
Inside the Hall of Names, William observes the Pages of Testimony, forms filled with details about lives of victims submitted by survivors, family and friends.
As part of a memorial ceremony, William rekindles the flame, a perpetual reminder of the lives lost in the Holocaust.
In Their Honor
William lays a wreath as part of the memorial ceremony in Yad Vashem's Hall of Remembrance.
Prince William bows his head as he stands between the Eternal Flame and the wreath he layed to honor Holocaust victims in Yad Vashem.
At the end of his tour of the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, William greets choirgirls who performed during the memorial ceremony. He called the tour a "profoundly moving experience."
The Prince & The PM
Prince William poses with Israeli Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara Ben-Artzi at their official residence in Jerusalem on June 26.
During their first official meeting, Netanyahu wished Prince William a happy birthday and praised the work of his great-grandmother, Alice of Battenburg, who provided shelter to Jews during the Holocaust.
A Fellow Fan
During a meeting on June 26, Prince William presents Israeli President Reuven Rivlin with a Liverpool FC jersey signed by Steven Gerrard.
Prince William and President Rivlin sit down to discuss the World Cup, Israel's history and bringing peace to the region.
Ready for Kickoff
Prince William talks to a group of young players at a soccer game on June 26, in Jaffa, the third day of his Middle East trip. The game was organized by a charity called The Equaliser, which brings Arab and Jewish students together to promote peace and education.
Prince William, a well-known football fanatic, takes a penalty kick during a youth game.
The youth advocates and soccer players look delighted to meet Prince William, who shares their passion for peace and football.
Soccer for Good
Prince William's all smiles as he learns about the impact of The Equaliser's youth football program.
Fans Go Wild
Prince William greets reporters and fans on a beach in Tel Aviv during a visit with the mayor, Ron Huldai, on June 26.
Set and Serve
Prince William meets volleyball players on Frishman beach. They later taught him to play footvolley, a volleyball-soccer hybrid popular in beach towns.
Walk and Talk
Prince William and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu enjoy the reception at the residence of UK Ambassador to Israel, David Quarrey, in the evening of June 26.
How Many Fingers?
Prince William sports a pair of special glasses for a technology demo during a reception at the residence of the UK Ambassador to Israel.
'Hope for Peace'
Prince William gives a speech at a reception at the UK Ambassador's residence. Addressing Israeli politicians, he said, "I know I share a desire with all of you, and with your neighbors, for a just and lasting peace."
Prince William meets with young Israeli professionals on the rooftop of the Beit Ha'air Museum, a town hall for people interested in Hebrew and Israeli culture, in Tel Aviv on June 27, the fourth day of his trip.
Hit the High Notes
Prince William took a stroll around Tel Aviv with Eurovision 2018 winner Netta Barzillai. They discussed mental health and setting an example for young people. Barzillai described William as a "chill guy," even though he wouldn't sing. "You wouldn't want that!" he told her.
West Bank Welcome
Prince William observes the honour guards on the West Bank before his meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on June 27.
Prince William greets President Abbas before discussing the relationship between the U.K. and Palestine and peace in the Middle East.
Hearing Their Stories
Prince William visits Jalazoun Refugee Camp just north of Ramallah on June 27.
Prince William meets with female students attending a school operated by the United Nations inside Jalazoun Refugee Camp.
Work to be Done
Inside a clinic at Jalazoun, William discusses the efforts of the U.N.'s Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees with its director of operations, Scott Anderson.
Friends and Teammates
William greets young soccer players while attending a game at Ramallah Friends School on June 27.
William kicks a soccer ball as the Palestinian Football Federation president Jibril Rajoub and photographers look on.
Britain's Star Player
Rajoub gifts William a soccer jersey that references his title, Duke of Cambridge.
The Whole Song & Dance
Prince William attended a cultural celebration in Ramallah on June 27, featuring Palestinian musicians, dancers and food.
On the fifth and final day of William's Middle East tour, June 28, he visits Mount of Olives with Jerusalem's British Consul General, Phillip Hall. The landscape is of the Old City, a walled area within modern Jerusalem.
Prince William poses in front of a famous view of the Old City, including the Dome of the Rock mosque in gold.
Entering the Old City
On his first stop in East Jerusalem, Prince William stands in front of Islamic shrine Dome of the Rock in the Al-Asqa Mosque compound.
Prayer for Peace
On June 28, William places his hand on the Western Wall, a traditional gesture when visiting the most sacred Jewish holy site.
On his visit to the Western Wall, William was accompanied by British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis. He also left a note in the wall, which people of all faiths are welcome to do.
'Bless This Region'
Before leaving the Western Wall, William signed its guestbook, writing, "May the God of peace bless this region and all the world with peace."
His last stop on his last day in Israel, William visits the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos III.
Officials from Jerusalem's Authority for Islamic Endowments also joined Prince William on his visit to the Christian holy site.
Prince William talks to a woman between his visits to Christian, Jewish and Muslim holy sites in the Old City.