Prince William And Catherine Honour New Zealand's War Dead

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have paid their respects to New Zealand's war dead as their royal tour continues.

Some 5,000 people turned out on the streets of Blenheim to give them a warm welcome to the country's South Island.

William and Catherine laid a wreath in a service at the town's war memorial, followed by a walkabout to meet people.

The couple's baby son Prince George was not with them and will not be making any more appearances on their 19-day tour of New Zealand and Australia.

Many waved union jacks and offered flowers and presents as the crowds greeted William and Catherine, who wore a blue Alexander McQueen coat.


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