Prince William and Kate Middleton had a goodbye ceremony in Tuvalu this morning, officially wrapping up their stay on the island. They later arrived in Brisbane, Australia, to change planes en route home. The royal tour of the Asia Pacific has come to a close after over a week of photo ops, receptions, and travel. Their connection in Oz, Kate's first time on the continent, lasted under two hours and gave her a chance to change out of her floral Project D dress and into jeans for their commercial flight home to the UK. Project D was a savvy choice for Kate — it's designed by Aussie Dannii Minogue, and is also a favorite of her sister, Pippa.
Prince William and Kate Middleton Wrap Up Their Tour and Head Home
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