The 2014 Royal Tour is under way, and for the next three weeks, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Prince George will be visiting New Zealand and Australia.
The family of three made their first stop at a welcoming ceremony in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, on Monday, meeting traditional Maori warriors and rubbing noses with local dignitaries.
With the rest of royal family's schedule already set, Will, Kate and George will do everything from meet the countries' government officials to explore the best of New Zealand's and Australia's entertainment and culture.
April 7: Family arrives to a ceremonial welcome. Check out Kate and George's outfits here!
April 8: First day of rest after their flight.
April 9: Meet families at the Government House, Prince George is expected to attend. And attend he did — look at his adorable playdate!
April 10: First event to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, followed by a state reception where Prince William and Catherine will unveil a portrait of the Queen.
April 11: Family travels to Auckland to meet serving air force personnel and their families. Will and Kate will have a chance to ride across the Auckland Harbour in Team New Zealand Americas Cup yachts and ride on a Sealegs craft (a boat).
April 12: William views an aircraft factory in Waikato, while Kate goes to a children’s hospice. Both will meet the country's Olympic athletes, and open the new velodrome (athletic stadium).
April 13: Maori tribal welcome, visit cathedral, and then watch and participate in a non-contact rugby tournament followed by a wine tasting.
April 14: Family heads to Christchurch for a ceremony for those who died in 2011 earthquake. Next, Will and Kate will watch a 2015 Cricket World Cup event, visit an air force museum and memorial wall.
April 15: Final day of rest.
April 16: Family visits a police training college, sign the city’s visitor book then depart to Australia.
April 16: Arrive and attend a reception at the Sydney Opera House.
April 17: Visit fire-ravaged street at Blue Mountains in Sydney.
April 18: Attend the Royal Easter Show, visit a children’s hospice before watching a demonstration by surf life-saving volunteers in Sydney.
April 19: Travel to Brisbane to check out the RAAF base, followed by a reception for Queensland’s youth
April 20: Back to Sydney for a cathedral service then visit Taronga Zoo where a bilby (macrotis) enclosure will be named after Prince George.
April 21: First day of rest in the Down Under.
April 22: Will and Kate will visit the National Indigenous Training Academy to view Aboriginal art and go on a walking tour of the area.
April 23: Family visits Adelaide for a music workshop and watch a skateboarding display.
April 24: Family heads to the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and attend a reception at Parliament House, followed by tree-planting.
April 25: On the final day of the tour, the family will attend an ANZAC Day March, lay a wreath, and plant a "Lone Pine" tree in the Memorial Garden.
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