The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will fly to Auckland, where they will visit the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) base in Whenuapai and have an informal meet and greet with base personnel and their families. Later, they will travel into the city centre, arriving at headquarters of Emirates Team New Zealand, and meeting participants of the many America’s Cup sailing race. There, Kate and William will be taken to two separate boats for some informal races against each other. They will go back into the harbour aboard a Sealegs, an amphibious vehicle that was invented in New Zealand before returning to the Air Force base and eventually Wellington.
It’s an extract of an article about William and Catherine’s visit to the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.
During the visit their Royal Highnesses will attend a Jubilee thanksgiving service at St Barnabas Cathedral, and a traditional feast in the grounds of Government House.
But despite their busy schedule William and Catherine will get the opportunity to enjoy some private time together tomorrow night - after they booked into an exclusive island resort.
“Normally with high profile people we get many demands, from this couple not a single demand, nothing,” said Yoshiyucki Sato, Tavanipupu Island Resort director.
“We just cant believe that - they are truly Royal.”
Locals are hoping the Duke and Duchess leave Tavanipupu with more than just good memories.
“If a little surprise should happen in nine months time maybe Tuvanipupu Windsor?” said one local.
“Or if its a boy, Solomon. And later on he will become King Solomon.”
Guys, King Tavanipupu or King Solomon? Which one you prefer?
lolololol definitely King Tavanipupu Windsor