Kate and William arrive at Taj Mahal, recreate Diana's iconic photograph
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Taj Mahal in India, the last stop for their seven day official tour of India and Bhutan.
Their visit comes 24 years after Prince William's mother Princess Diana visited the symbol of love Taj Mahal, and posed on the bench alone, looking forlorn, a picture that is still iconic two decades later.
Princess Diana's divorce was announced months later, but Prince William and his wife Kate are set to create memories of their own.
Special arrangements were done for the couple's visit, and the white marble bench was polished until it shone
Kate looked lovely in a beautiful Naeem Khan white and blue mini dress, while William wore smart chinos, an open-necked shirt and a jacket.
The Taj Mahal is a glorious symbol of love, made by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.
As temperatures in Agra soared to 109F, the Duke & Duchess remained cool and composed, and posed on Lady Di's bench, their knees grazing each others.
The couple earlier had lunch at the famous Oberoi hotel, as they walked through the famous Mughal gardens, had a pensive look on their faces.
Kate's dress by Indian designer Naeem Khan featured a royal blue Indian inspired pattern, and was styled with her signature nude heels and a chic pair of sunglasses.
While Diana posed alone at the Taj Mahal, three days before Valentine's Day, Kate and William prepare for their fifth wedding anniversary on the 29th of this month,
The royals were enthralled by their visit, and for William it was a special visit, as it brings back many memories of his late mother, Diana, the people's princess.
The visit to Taj Mahal was the last on the couple's itinerary, marking the end of their official tour, before they reunite with their adorable children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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