Now that Prince George is resting from his precious playdate, parents Kate Middleton and Prince William have their own official duties to attend to. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made yet another official appearance on Thursday, April 10 at the wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial in Seymour Square in Blenheim, New Zealand.
The royal couple looked dashing at the official event from their tour of the island nation. Middleton wore a periwinkle blue Alexander McQueen peplum peacoat with a commemorative poppy pin and navy heels. And William sported a navy suit with a red and blue striped tie.
Both Middleton and William looked touched as the National Anthem played, and the proud mom accepted numerous gifts for little George, with one 9-month-old tot sneezing all over the Duchess.
The day before their 8-month-old son enjoyed a playdate with 10 other families in the Blundell Room at the Government House in Wellington, New Zealand. These are just a few of the big events the royals will be partaking in during their official tour of New Zealand and Australia.
"They're very excited to be in New Zealand and can't wait to get started," a source tells Us of the royal family. The source adds: "They've settled in nicely."