By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Sep 18, 2012 07:12 PM EDT
Kate Middleton and Prince William were given a truly royal welcome as they continued their South Pacific tour, landing on the island of Tuvalu to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sang and danced with locals at a private ceremony with island chiefs in one of the most secluded parts of the world.
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When the royal couple arrived on the island, the chiefs followed the tradition of carrying visitors who arrive by sea on a hand-made throne.
Twenty-five men in traditional Polynesian dress carried the pair to the island's welcoming event, called the Falekaupule Ceremony.
The Telegraph UK ran a video of the royals enjoying themselves as they experienced the island's cultural traditions.
Middleton is seen spraying several dancers with a scent, an act that is considered a sign of respect and gratitude.
The royal couple sprayed the dancers with Paul Smith London for Men cologne, the Daily Mail has reported.
The couple were later seen putting on straw skirts, joining the chiefs of six local communities and their performers in a friendly dance rivalry.
The Duke and Duchess laughed and joked throughout the meeting.
Prince William reportedly told a senior government official Tapugao Falefou that he had greatly enjoyed himself. He explained that it was "good, really good - an amazing evening."
Local chiefs have not had the pleasure of a Royal visit in three decades, the last time being when the Queen paid a visit to Funafuti, the main island in Tuvalu in 1982.
Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoyed themselves the same day they won an injunction against Closer magazine, on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The royal couple won the legal victory in the historic case at a French court in Nanterre, Paris.
The judge issued the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a court order that prevents the French Closer office from running any more photos of Middleton sunbathing topless in print and online.
"Basically, Kate and William have got everything they asked for," said Sky news Correspondent Michelle Clifford.
The French edition of Closer ran Middleton's topless photos on the cover of their magazine on Friday, September 14. The Irish Daily Star printed the same photos on Saturday, but the magazine's editor Michael O'Kane has since been suspended after the publication's owners expressed their anger at the decision to publish the controversial photos.
On Monday, Sept. 17, Chi, an Italian magazine, ran 200 photos of Middleton in a 26-page spread. Both Closer and Chi are owned by Mondadori, which is owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
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