The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in Blenheim, New Zealand, on Thursday, April 10, as a part of their tour down under. While at the aviation museum, William, 31, took a seat in a vintage WWI commemorative plane, eliciting giggles from his wife.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 32, looked perfectly chic in a light blue Alexander McQueen peplum peacoat, showing a little leg with a set of navy pumps. The Prince kept it dapper, sporting a navy suit over a white shirt with a red and navy striped tie.
The royal couple was joined by director Peter Jackson, who helmed the Lord of the Rings movies. The movie maker played paparazzi with the couple, snapping shots of the royals on his iPhone. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Jackson has been very vocal about his pride in his heritage, choosing to film pars of the Lord of the Rings trilogy in the country.
The Duchess and Prince arrived in New Zealand earlier this week, with plans to spend the following weeks traveling the area and exploring Australia with their adorable son, Prince George.