William and Kate have completed their week-long tour of India and Bhutan today, marking the end of their trip by recreating the iconic photo of William's mother Diana, Princess of Wales, sat on a bench in front of the Taj Mahal.
During the course of their trip the Duke and Duchess took time to undertake numerous Royal engagements including paying tribute to victims of the 2008 Mumbai attack and taking time to play a spot of cricket as part of a charity match at the country's famous Oval Maidan.
The couple also met with homeless children living at New Delhi rail station, fed baby elephants and rhinos at the Kaziranga national park, flew to Bhutan where they hiked to the famous Tiger's Nest monastery and of course visited Agra's world famous Taj Mahal.
Here we take a look back at some of the highlights of the couple's trip.
Day 1 - Arrival in Mumbai, paying tributes to Mumbai attack victims, cricket and a charity gala
Day 2 - New Delhi leg of journey begins, visit to India Gate memorial, event to honour the Queen and meeting a true fan
Day 3 - Secret visit to meet homeless kids and lunch with the PM
Day 4 - Kaziranga National park, safari visit and feeding baby elephants