The Duke of Cambridge has climbed aboard a World War One aircraft at a museum in New Zealand on the second day of the royals tour Down Under.
Prince George was left behind with his nanny as Prince William and Kate braved a rainy day to visit a war memorial and aircraft museum.
ITV News Royal Editor Tim Ewart has tweeted:
William and Kate in the rain at NZ aircraft museum. He didn't climb aboard this German WW1 plane http://t.co/tHP1U6118L
A rainy day in NZ. William and Kate under the brolly. George is left behind with the nanny http://t.co/F3LZ6nreDJ
As Prince George's first royal tour draws to a close after 19 days down under, here's a look back at the highlights of the family's trip.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed off their street credentials at a community youth centre in Adelaide.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Blue Mountains of Australia, where over 100 homes were destroyed by bush fires last year.