William and Kate's Royal Tour of India and Bhutan comes to an end

The Duke and Duchess spent seven days touring India and Bhutan Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA

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

The Royal couple looked relaxed after their long-haul flight as they arrived in India. Credit: PA
William and Kate paid tribute to the victims of the 2008 Mumbai attacks laying a wreath and meeting staff at the hotel who were injured in the tragedy. Credit: Reuters
Kate showed off her batting skills as William looked on as the couple took part in a charity match at Mumbai's famous Oval Maidan. Credit: PA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a charity gala in Mumbai to raise money for charities supporting street children.. Credit: PA
  • Day 2 - New Delhi leg of journey begins, visit to India Gate memorial, event to honour the Queen and meeting a true fan

It was a sombre moment as the Royal couple travelled to the India Gate war memorial to lay a wreath in honour of those who lost their lives in World War I. Credit: Chris Jackson/PA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to the Queen in the run up to her 90th birthday attending an event in her honour and cutting a birthday cake made for the monarch. Credit: Mark Large/Daily Mail/PA
Boman Kohinoor got to met William and Kate in their hotel suite after posting a video online of him inviting them to his Indian restaurant ahead of their arrival in India. Credit: Kensington Palace
  • Day 3 - Secret visit to meet homeless kids and lunch with the PM

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent time with homeless children on a secret visit to a charity operating at a New Delhi railway station. Credit: Kensington Palace
William and Kate meet with India's prime minister at Narendra Modi Hyderabad House, a former royal residence of Maharajas Credit: PA
  • Day 4 - Kaziranga National park, safari visit and feeding baby elephants

The Duke and Duchess and Cambridge got off to an early start to go on safari in India's Kaziranga National Park where they spotted rhino, water buffalo, swamp deer and rare bird species Credit: Reuters
William and Kate smiled and chatted with rangers as they fed baby elephants and rhinos at a conservation centre in Kaziranga. Credit: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
  • Day 5 - Arrival in Bhutan, an attempt at archery

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in the tiny mountainous nation of Bhutan, which borders India and China where they were met by the sister of the nation's King. Credit: PA
It was a day of fun and amusement for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they attempted archery. Credit: Joe Giddens/PA
  • Day 6 - Monastry hike

A six-hour round trip saw the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hike all the way to the Tiger's Nest Monastery, near Paro, Bhutan. Credit: PA
  • Day 7 - Back to Agra and a visit to the Taj Mahal

William and Kate recreated the famous photo of Princess Diana sat in front of the Taj Mahal by taking a pew on the same bench on the final day of their India tour. Credit: Reuters