The couple sampled traditional Tuvaluan food and watched a performance of local dances before joining in. The dance is called the Fatele (who would have thought we'd see William in a multi-coloured grass skirt? :))
Kate joined local women in costume during the dance.
Kate had a fabulous time and was in stitches of laughter as William showed off his dance moves. :)
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William and Kate sprayed warriors with perfume and asked to bring one of their own choosing.
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Kate spraying Paul Smith men's aftershave on warriors. It is considered a blessing.
Paul Smith women's fragrance is described as a magnificent floral fragrance, vivid and wood with a combination of bergamot and clementine, notes of blackcurrent, green pear and a hint of pink peppercorns. It retails for £36.
A look at Kate's dress underneath the grass skirt.
Kate wore the Alice by Temperly Beatrice Embroidered Crepe Maxi Dress. The €640 red and beige bohemian dress features a keyhole-fastening neckline. Perfect choice for the event.
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William described the welcome as "the most original and quite literally uplifting ever". The couple will retire privately for the night. It is the first time a member of the Royal family has stayed overnight on the island of Tuvalu.
It was an unforgettable event and a wonderful way for the couple to enjoy the last night of the royal tour.
You can watch a videos at the Telegraph and ITV.
Wonderful news for the couple. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have won an injunction in a French court preventing Closer magazine from publishing further paparazzi shots of Kate. The magazine will be fined €10,000 per day if it publishes any more photographs. A separate criminal investigation into charges Closer and the photographer breached the couple's privacy has been launched.