The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge concluded their visit to Malaysia this morning.
They were given a traditional red carpet send-off at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport at 7am before flying off to the Solomon Islands for the third leg of their nine day tour of South East Asia and South Pacific in celebration of Queen Elizabeth the Second's Diamond Jubilee.
Prince William and his wife Catherine touched down at Honiara International Airport aboard a chartered Bombardier executive jet.
Island Warriors brandishing spears, bows and arrows then surrounded the royal couple as part of a traditional welcome.
Crowds lined the streets as the royal couple were transported from the airport in an open-top vehicle made to resemble a traditional canoe with a leaf roof canopy.
The couple will stay in the Solomon Islands until Tuesday before travelling to the Pacific nation of Tuvalu for one night on the last leg of their tour.
William and Kate arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.
They spent much of Saturday at the Borneo Rainforest Research Centre in Danum Valley, where they embarked on a guided treetop tour to learn about the local wildlife.