Kate Middleton and Prince William will tour the rainforests of Borneo, before visiting Singapore, Malaysia, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu
Kate Middleton and Prince William will visit the rainforests of Borneo and the world’s fourth-smallest country, Tuvalu, on their upcoming Diamond Jubilee visit oversees, it has been revealed.
Clarence House today confirmed the exact itinerary of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s second official trip, revealing the royal couple will be dispatched to Malaysia, Singapore, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu during the visit.
According to officials, William and Kate’s overseas tour will begin on Tuesday 11th September, when they’ll arrive in Singapore.
From Thursday the 13th, the royal couple will travel to Malaysia, including Kuala Lumpur and Sabah, Borneo, before departing for the Solomon Islands on Sunday 16th September.
Finally on September 19th, Prince William and Kate Middleton will journey to the Tuvalu, the world’s fourth-smallest country, staying one night at the country’s only hotel, before departing for home.
After the success of their tour of Canada and North America last year, William and Kate join the rest of the royal family, who who between them have visited every Commonwealth realm during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year.
This month, however, the Duke and Duchess have their hands very full with the Olympics.
In their capacity as London 2012 Ambassadors, the couple will watch no less than 15 different events between them, including cheering on Prince William’s cousin Zara Phillips at the equestrian events.
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