The Duchess of Cambridge relegated her husband to the role of an onlooker when she turned down his offer to jump into the back seat - of a fighter jet.
Yesterday she suggested he try an alpaca toupee, and this morning she took control of a sophisticated fighter plane, sitting in the pilot's front seat.
The Duke had made an offer to his wife he believed she could not refuse, asking: "Do you fancy jumping in the back?" But the Duchess was not about to miss the opportunity to see for herself the multimillion-pound plane's cockpit.
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.