The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles as they were given a snapshot of local culture in the Solomon Islands.
The royal couple are in the island nation as part of a nine-day southeast Asia and Pacific tour, in honour of the Queen's Jubilee.
Catherine, wearing a yellow shirt-dress and signature nude pumps, charmed Honiara locals, while her more subdued husband stood at her side.
They visited the cultural village where locals performed and showcased their local crafts before attending a ceremony at the Commonwealth Youth South Pacific Centre.
The Duchess then separated from her husband to attend a women's reception.
The couple are due to stay at an exclusive private island tonight away from the glare of the international media.
They will then return to Honiara tomorrow before heading for Tuvalu.
The royals have been all smiles on their tour, despite French magazine Closer running 11 topless pictures of the Duchess last week. The Irish Daily Star has also published the images.
William's spokesperson told the Sunday Mirror newspaper that they would not let the photographs ruin their trip.
"They've been very clear that they will not allow this to intrude on their enjoyment of the tour or, more importantly their work on behalf of the Queen.
"The couple have always felt very strongly about privacy and harassment. It's part of a very long-standing and heartfelt position by the duke and Prince Harry, given their past, to do everything they can to protect themselves.
"They've always said they don't have an issue with the mainstream media just doing their job, but they have always had an issue with paparazzi whose work intrudes on their privacy."
Earlier today, Catherine proved she would not let the pictures bring her down, dazzling in a fabulous pink dress by a local designer at a banquet dinner last night.
The Duchess revealed to ONE News Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver that the Tav floral dress was by local designer Ellena Tavioni. Tavs gifted the dress to Catherine and a printed shirt to William.
Catherine told Dreaver she thought the pink dress was "really lovely".
The Duchess wore her hair down and curly for the event and she paired the traditional dress with her Stuart Weitzman Minx Wedges, a gold Catherine Zoraida bracelet and a pair of gold and pink drop earrings.
Today the royals will meet with Prime Minister Gordon Darcy and will tour local villages.
Following their royal duties they will spend the night on an exclusive island resort.
Dreaver said rumour was that William would perform a traditional dance during a visit at the cultural village today.
Thousands welcome the royals
Dreaver said people were hanging from trees and thousands were screaming when the couple touched down at Henderson Airport, Honiara, last night.
They were greeted by the Governor General of the Solomon Islands, Sir Frank Kabui and his wife, Lady Grace Kabui, as well as the Prime Minister.
A traditional welcome from Island Warriors was watched by the Duke and Duchess, before they boarded an open-top vehicle in the shape of a traditional canoe with a leaf roof canopy, which carried them through the capital.
The Queen was the last royal to visit the Solomon Islands 30 years ago.
William and Catherine have already visited Singapore, Malaysia and Borneo as part of their tour.
ONE News Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver will have daily coverage of the Royal couple's tour of the Pacific throughout this week.
With BANG Showbiz