The royal visit to Bhutan took a comedic turn today when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attempted archery.
Prince William seemed pleased with his arrow-firing effort at the open-air event in capital Thimphu, but Kate's aim was a little off, much to the couple's amusement.
- Video report by ITV News Middle East correspondent, Geraint Vincent.
The pair arrived in the tiny mountainous nation this morning and met the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema - another young couple with children.
After a quick change, the couple took part in a traditional welcome procession and visited the Thimphu Dzong a fortress that is base to the Bhutanese government and stands close to the Wangchu River.
The Duchess wore a Bhutanese-inspired outfit with a skirt made from local material styled on the country's national dress and teamed with a top by Paul & Joe.
The couple then watched and took part in the archery - Bhutan's national sport.
Archers compete to hit a small, brightly decorated wooden target 145 metres away.
What you may not know about Bhutan:
- Television was only introduced in the 1990s
- Instead of traffic lights, white-gloved officers direct vehicles
- Well-being and prosperity is not measured in financial terms but by a "Gross National Happiness" index
- Bhutan's Paro airport is one of the most challenging places to touch down anywhere in the world
- For most of the 20th century, the landlocked country was isolated from the world - preserving much of its Buddhist traditions, landscapes and wildlife
- Archery is Bhutan's national sport