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Royals tour New Zealand and Australia

Updated 12:29 PM ET, Fri April 25, 2014
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; and Prince George of Cambridge depart RAAF Base Fairbairn on Friday, April 25, to head back to the UK after a three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand, their first official trip overseas with the 8-month-old prince. Mark Nolan/Getty Images
Lynne Cosgrove, center, wife of the governor-general of the Commonwealth of Australia, sees the royal family off. ANTHONY DEVLIN/PA PHOTOS /LANDOV
The royal couple attend Anzac Day commemorative services at the Australian War Memorial on April 25 in Canberra, Australia. arthur edwards/WPA Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple walk along the World War I Wall of Remembrance during their visit to the Australian War Memorial. Mike Dunlee/Pool/Getty Images
William and Catherine listen to an address at a reception at Government House in Canberra, Australia, on Thursday, April 24. Stefan Postles/Pool/AP
The royal couple visit the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, Australia, on April 24. Lukas Coch/Pool/Getty Images
William speaks at a reception hosted by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the Parliament House in Canberra on April 24. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
The duchess arrives at a reception at Parliament House in Canberra. Saeed Khan/Pool/AP
Catherine plays on DJ decks at a youth community center on Wednesday, April 23, in Adelaide, Australia. Arthur Edwards/Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple is given a skateboard by city of Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty, second left, during a display at a skate park in the Adelaide suburb of Elizabeth on April 23. Morne de Klerk/Pool/AP
Prince William uses a spray canister during a visit to a skate park on April 23. Arthur Edwards/Pool/Getty Images
Prince William and his wife unveil a plaque naming a plaza after their son, Prince George, outside the Playford Civic Centre in Adelaide on April 23. David Gray/Pool/AP
The royal couple pose in front of Ayers Rock in Australia on Tuesday, April 22. Anthony Devlin/Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple look at an aboriginal map showing the location of indigenous language groups before European settlement during a visit to the National Indigenous Training Academy at Yulara in Ayers Rock, Australia, on April 22. William West/Pool/Getty Images
Prince William is guided along the Kuniya walk at Uluru, Australia, with a group on April 22. Rob Griffith/Pool/AP
The duke and duchess walk past members of the St. Andrews Cathedral choir after an Easter celebration in Sydney on Sunday, April 20. Lisa Maree Williams/Pool/AP
Prince George of Cambridge reaches for a stuffed toy during a visit to Sydney's Taronga Zoo on April 20. The toy represents a bilby, an Australian marsupial on the verge of extinction. The zoo named its Prince George Bilby Exhibit soon after the prince's birth in July 2013. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William pat a koala named Leuca, held by Lucinda Cveticanin, during their visit to the zoo on April 20. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images
Catherine steps into the cockpit of a RAAF Super Hornet with Air Marshall Geoff Brown and Wing Commander Stephen Chappell at her side on Saturday, April 19. William West - Pool/Getty Images
Large crowds cheer and try to catch a glimpse of the duchess on the South Bank in Brisbane, Australia, on April 19. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Catherine receives flowers from 9-year-old Ashleigh Kearnan during a visit to the Royal Australian Air Force Base at Amberley on April 19. Dan Peled - Pool/Getty Images
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine wave to the crowd during an event on Manly Beach in Sydney on Friday, April 18. Jason Reed/Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple watches a beach sprint race with Australian surf lifesavers on Manly Beach on April 18. Jason Reed/Pool/Getty Images
Catherine speaks with a child at the Bear Cottage Hospice on April 18 in Sydney. Mark Large/Pool/Getty Images
William visits with a patient at Bear Cottage. Brendon Thorne/Pool/AP
A woman holds up a painting of Prince George before the royal couple's visit to Manly Beach. Jason Reed/Pool/AP
William and Catherine receive a surfboard alongside Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Manly Mayor Jean Hay at Manly Beach. Jason Reed/Pool/AP
Catherine speaks with young lifeguards at Manly Beach in Sydney. Jason Reed/Pool/AP
The duchess pets Fred the Merino Ram during a visit to the Royal Easter Show in Sydney on April 18. Rob Griffith/Pool/AP
The duke and duchess join Girl Guides after planting a tree Thursday, April 17, in Winmalee, Australia, an area heavily affected by recent bush fires. William West/Pool/AP
Catherine shovels dirt at the tree planting in Winmalee on April 17. William West/Pool/AP
William peers over a cliff edge at Narrow Neck Lookout near Katoomba, Australia, as he and his wife observe team-building exercises by a youth group on April 17. Ryan Pierse/Pool/AP
The royal couple tour the Three Sisters rock formation near Katoomba flanked by Randall Walker, chief executive officer of Blue Mountains Lithgow and Oberon Tourism, left, and Anthea Hammon, joint managing director of Scenic World. SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images
William greets emergency services personnel in Winmalee on April 17. William West/Pool/AP
William meets with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott at Admiralty House in Sydney on April 17. William West/Pool/AP
The royal couple leave the Sydney Opera House after a reception Wednesday, April 16, in the Australian city. Jason Reed/Pool/AP
Lynne Cosgrove, wife of Australia's governor-general, greets Britain's royal couple and Prince George at Sydney Airport on April 16. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
William and Catherine watch an Aboriginal welcome performance at the Sydney Opera House on April 16. Jason Reed/Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple receive cricket bats in front of the Cricket World Cup trophy at an April 16 reception at the Sydney Opera House. Jason Reed/Pool/Getty Images
William greets guests during an April 16 reception at the Sydney Opera House. Jason Reed/Pool/Getty Images
The royal family bids farewell to New Zealand as they get ready to depart from Wellington International Airport on April 16. Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images
The royal couple hold puppies during a visit to the Royal New Zealand Police College in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 16. Mark Mitchell/Pool/Getty Images
New Zealanders wait to see the royal family at Wellington's Civic Square on April 16. Cameron Burnell/Pool/Getty Images
The royal couple wave after their tour of the new visitors center at New Zealand's Christchurch Botanic Gardens on Monday, April 14. Anthony Phelps/Pool/AP
William plays cricket in Christchurch's Latimer Square on April 14. Martin Hunter/Pool/AP
Catherine also takes a swing. Martin Hunter/Pool/AP
The royal couple tours the Christchurch Botanic Gardens with Mayor Lianne Dalziel. Anthony Phelps/Pool/AP
William and Catherine pose with members of the Christchurch Cathedral choir during their visit to the Transitional Cathedral on April 14. Martin Hunter/Pool/AP
The duke and duchess ride on a jet boat along the Shotover River in Queenstown, New Zealand, on Sunday, April 13. Ross Setford/SNPA/AP
The royal couple samples wine during a visit to Amisfield Winery in Queenstown on April 13. Fiona Goodall/Pool/AP
William and Catherine walk with the dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, the Very Rev. Trevor James, left, and Ngai Tahu representative John Broughton after arriving for a Palm Sunday service at the cathedral in Dunedin, New Zealand, on April 13. Gerrard O'Brien/Pool/AP
New Zealand Rugby CEO Steve Tew, left, the royal couple and All Blacks captain Richie McCaw congratulate the winners of the the young players' rugby tournament at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin on April 13. David Rowland/Pool/SNPA/AP
The Duke and Duchess are presented with an Avanti mini bike for Prince George during a visit to the Avanti Drome in Hamilton, New Zealand, on Saturday, April 12. Anthony Devlin/PA/AP
A young child shows his toy to the duchess in Cambridge, New Zealand, on April 12. Phil Walter/Pool/AP
William, left, hangs on as Catherine drives a boat to Westpark Marina in Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday, April 11. Dean Purcell/Pool/AP
William steers a yacht in Waitemata Harbour in Auckland on April 11. Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty images
The duchess makes a playful gesture to William after twice beating him in friendly races on April 11. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Fans of the royal family cheer them on as they race yachts in Auckland on April 11. Ross Setford/SNPA/AP
The royal couple arrive at the Royal New Zealand Air Force base of Whenuapai in Auckland to meet with military families on April 11. Sarah Ivey/Pool/AP
Catherine greets military families at the Royal New Zealand Air Force base in Auckland on April 11. Sarah Ivey/Pool/AP
William sits in a Sopwith Pup airplane as he and Catherine visit the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in Blenheim, New Zealand, on Thursday, April 10. Tim Cuff/Pool/AP
The royal couple unveil a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, painted by Nick Cuthell, at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 10. Samir Hussein/WireImage/Pool/GEtty Images
Catherine and William chat with guests at a state reception at Government House in Wellington. Hagen Hopkins/Pool/AP
Prince William greets 3-year-old twins Lola and Milly Barnett after a wreath-laying ceremony in Blenheim. Derek Flynn/Pool/AP
Film director Peter Jackson joins the royal couple as they tour the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in Blenheim on April 10. Tim Cuff/Pool/Getty Images
Catherine holds Prince George at a specially convened play group at Government House in Wellington on Wednesday, April 9. Marty Melville/Pool/AP
Prince George joins in the fun at Government House in Wellington on April 9. Marty Melville/Pool/AP
The royal couple and their son arrive in Wellington on Monday, April 7. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Catherine carries Prince George as they arrive for the start of the tour. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
A close-up view of Prince George as he makes his first international trip. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Catherine receives a "hongi," a traditional Maori greeting, by a Maori elder during a welcoming ceremony at Government House in Wellington. Tim Rooke/Rex/REX USA
Prince William also receives a hongi from a Maori elder. Tim Rooke/Rex/REX USA
Catherine talks with a Maori warrior during the welcoming ceremony at Government House. Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images
A Maori warrior performs during the welcoming ceremony. Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images