The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by some of the biggest crowds of their tour to New Zealand today.
More than 15,000 people turned out to greet the royal couple in Cambridge - a town where the entire population is just 18,000.
And while all were dazzled by the Duchess, who was wearing a stunning green Erdem coat, she admitted that her own husband wasn't a fan.
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Proud: The Duchess of Cambridge laughs and jokes with a few of the hundreds of fans who turned out to see her and the Duke on their Royal tour and smiles as she points to a pretend driving licence for Prince George
The royal wave: More than 15,000 people turned out to greet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Saturday in New Zealand's town of Cambridge
Royals: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by some of the biggest crowds of their tour to New Zealand today where they officially opened the National Cycling Centre of excellence and Avantidrome, as part of their tour in Hamilton
Unveiling: The Duke and Duchess officially opened the National Cycling Centre of Excellence 'Avantidrome' during their visit to New Zealand today
Ready, steady, go! The Duke and Duchess unveiled the new National Cycling Centre of Excellence Avantidrome and were presented with a bike a mini cycling jersey for Prince George