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Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge, have endeared themselves to Singaporeans with their humble behaviour and friendly nature.
In a visit to the Queenstown estate, the royal couple mingled with heartlanders and even tried out some local activities. The Prince received a rapturous applause when he tried his hand at Chapteh.
The Royal couple also visited Gardens By The Bay, and lent their hand by planting a tree there.
They visited Singapore's Botanic Gardens, where an orchid was named after them -- an honour reserved for world-famous people and VIP visitors to Singapore.
A red carpet was prepared at the Raffles Hotel on the day of their arrival and of course there were crowds of people who had come specially to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
They ended their visit to Singapore with a trip to Kranji War Memorial.
They will head to Malaysia after this and Catherine will give her first speech abroad.