The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Malaysia today the second leg of their Diamond Jubilee tour in Asia Pacific to celebrate the 60th anniversary of reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
Prince William and his wife Catherine will stay in Kuala Lumpur for two days before departing for Sabah.
William and Kate arrived at the KL International Airport this afternoon and were greeted by hundreds of fans.
They were quickly ushered to their motorcade to Putrajaya to attend a lunch hosted by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife at Seri Perdana.
The royal couple then visited Hospice Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur where the Duchess of Cambridge delivered her first speech abroad.
Kate addressed the hospice staff and its patients, stressing the importance of specialised medical care for seriously ill children.
During the private visit William and Kate chatted with young patients and drew on clay bricks.
William and Kate arrived in Malaysia today after visiting Singapore.
They are scheduled to visit Danum Valley Conservation Area in Sabah before heading to the Solomon Islands on Saturday.
They'll finish their tour in Tuvalu.