Prince William & Kate Middleton's Audacious Aussie Arrival
The gorgeous couple made their way through the busy Australian terminal while greeting fans and exuding high spirits.
Just the night before, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the evening at the private resort island of Tavanipupu, located in the Solomon Islands.
The pair slept in a private leaf-thatched bungalow, complete with a large outdoor shower, fridge stocked with champagne and fresh fruit, and a cappuccino machine. The resort, costing a whopping $1,260 per night served the couple piña coladas before their snorkeling adventure.
Later, the Kate and Will dined outside underneath a bamboo gazebo at the end of the bungalow's jetty. Local seafood and produce was served and a source tells Us magazine that Chili mud crab and Ikamata, a local dish of yellow fin tuna sashimi cured in lime juice, coconut milk, ginger, garlic and spring onions, served in a coconut half were on the menu.
Resort co-owner Pamela Kimberly happily admitted, "They couldn't have been more complimentary about the island. They said they would definitely tell their friends about it. And that meant a lot to us."
Enjoy the pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton passing through Brisbane Airport (September 19).