The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marvelled a crowd of thousands today during their visit to Hamilton and Cambridge.
They landed in Hamilton this morning before carrying out a number of official duties in what was an action-packed day for the couple.
Prince William visited the Pacific Aerospace while Catherine attended a children's tea party at Rainbow Place, Hospice Waikato.
They met again for lunch in the Cambridge Town Hall before walking and driving around the town centre to meet the crowds.
Their day finished by officially opening the Avantidrome and being gifted a miniature cycling top and bike for George.
They head to Dunedin and Christchurch tomorrow.
UPDATE 11.19am: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have landed in Hamilton ahead of their day spent in the city and in Cambridge.
10.55am: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are heading to Hamilton and Cambridge today, which is the closest they will be to Tauranga during their New Zealand Tour.
Prince William and Catherine will be taking in Pacific Aerospace, as well as opening the Avantidome.
The best spot to catch a glimpse of the Royal couple will be during their public walk and drive in Cambridge.
Cambridge: Map of your best spots to see the Duke and Duchess. (Hint: Victoria Park is the prime spot!) pic.twitter.com/a1GinIBxnz
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