William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip

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Royals arrive in New Zealand – threatened on Monday morning to disrupt the royal tour of New Zealand, even before it had begun video A bleak, gusty Wellington.
But despite predictions that the flight – Carrying Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to New Zealand for their first tour with Formal eight months old baby Prince George – would the north be diverted, was the Royal New Zealand Air Force jet in a position to negotiate the famous wobbly descent into capital.Shortly after noon New Zealand time were Prince William, Catherine and George welcomes around with a ride on the tarmac by the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, and the Governor-General, Sir Jerry Mate Para, starting her 10-day tour to the bays and Wellington officially welcome Duke and Duchess House.The Government were of the Governor-General Sir Jerry Mate Para, New Zealand Defence Force bands, and the defense force kapa haka group met for eight month old baby George watched the negotiation of a window the first floor. The Duke of Cambridge joins in a war dance with a Maori warrior during a ceremonial reception at Government House in Wellington. Photo: ReutersThe Duchess of Cambridge wore a red coat and hat, with a diamond brooch from the women away from Auckland Given the Queen during her trip here in 1953. Key Told reporters later the Duke and Duchess were really pleased to be in New Zealand, and I expected her to captivate the nation.
"I do not think that your enthusiasm for coming to New Zealand has-been at all by the fact it was a bit wet on the asphalt subdued." The immediate run-up to the royal arrival came with a ripple of laughter at the expense of British media apparently from late April foolishness of a so-called "Maori expert" suckered. A published by the Daily Express on the weekend report explains that dancers who welcome at the official powhiri, or Maori, had to break Agreed with its tradition of performing topless. Men, meanwhile, was wearing nothing under Typically your flax skirts, but "Because of the high-profile guests will be wearing black underwear in order to welcome them," reported the Express, keyword "Maori expert Tredegar Hall." During their stay in New Zealand, Prince William and Catherine a "minefield of manners" at marae, or traditional meeting place, the Express would continue to provide, including the ritual of acceptance of a leaf. Such "According to the tradition," the newspaper reported: "If you take the sheet up in the wrong direction, it could be considered an act of war, with an international fall-out." Large London-based Hall, but repeated because the deleted by the Telegraph website, went to the requirement that the couple would include "Preferred offered traditional food like a native bird, queer kereru is on the verge of extinction. " appeared to have the papers fell victim to hoax, said Chris Finlayson, the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage and Associate Minister of Maori Affairs. "It is an infantile prank at a time when Maori culture and New Zealand in the spotlight overseas:" I said.While I had not been closely involved in. Catering included plans for the trip, Finlayson, I could "not guarantee endangered wildlife served . "Catherine waiting for William to the guard to evaluate at an official reception in Wellington. Photo: Mark Coote / Épain the New Zealand press, the welcome was effusive. The country's biggest selling paper, the Auckland-based New Zealand Herald, devoted its front page and five pages in the royal visitors in a "Royal Tour Special".
Announced Wellington Dominion Post, "Wellington welcomes the Cambridge" in huge type above Imprint Which is itself a reminder of the nation's constitutional ties to the United Kingdom.A Herald Publishing William and Catherine anticipates "revival of the monarchy." "As Diana, make the monarchy less stuffy, contemporary and even Prince Charles seems to be more relaxed. With three generations of heirs to the throne, sees the monarchy opted for another century. May she live a long way from New Zealand, but a family keeps the bond alive, "said the paper.The Prime Minister John Key, agreed that the performance of the couple had no immediate prospect of change New Zealand remained sovereign status.While of've Remained The fact that the New Zealand view would" in all probability "a republic at some point, I told Radio New Zealand on Monday morning, it was predictable only in" very long term. " It was Queen Elizabeth II, who would probably head of state STAY "for a very long time into the future." Popular support for the monarchy, Key said, "speaks volumes about the way in which William and Kate, as the young Royals, modernize the royal family and place as head of state." Lobby group New Zealand, the Republic, but it marks the occasion with a recent poll in which 66% of respondents said at the age of 18 to 30, they would like to see a New Zealander as head of state. Among all respondents, 44% wanted a change, with 46% preferring the status quo. Catherine greets a Maori warrior at the ceremony, in Wellington. Photo: Tim Rooke / RexThe couple will be based in the capital, stay in the Governor-General residence, government buildings and fly around the country for day trips. The visit, queer has-been wide Compared with the 1983 visit of Prince Charles, Diana and baby Prince William, then nine months old, see the royals attend numerous numerous charity events that an air traffic day with the filmmaker Sir Peter Jackson, Sailing the Port of Auckland, and the mandatory meeting with all Blacks.The royal party left New Zealand on 16 April for the Australian leg of their tour.

William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip
William, Kate and Prince George arrived in New Zealand Royal for 10 day trip