During their tour of Australia and New Zealand, Prince William and Kate Middleton seemed to have recreated a special moment from three decades ago.
As the duo posed for a picture in front of the Ayers Rock, which is at the base of Uluru, they harkened back to a picture of Williams' parents, Diana and Charles at the same spot taken about three decades ago. Time magazine published both pictures on April 22, capturing a heartening moment for royalty.
William and Kate are currently on a royal tour of Australia with baby Prince George. During the tour the couple also visited the Taronga zoo in Sydney wherein, in honor of the latest addition to the royal family, a baby marsupial was named after prince George. William, Kate and the tiny toddler were spotted playing with the animal at the zoo.
On April 23 the couple dropped by a music center in Adelaide and worked their sleight of hand on a pair of turntables. William and Kate took DJ-ing lessons at the Nothern Sound System, which is a community-run music center in Elizabeth. The couple reportedly had a lot of fun spinning some tunes.
Another interesting highlight from the trip thus far, was a personalised skate board for Prince George that was gifted to the couple at the skate park in Elizabeth. While the Prince William did not skate he did leave his mark by spray painting at the location.