After a fun filled and glamorous day one of playing cricket with school children and mingling with Bollywood stars , Kate and William st...
After a fun filled and glamorous day one of playing cricket with school children and mingling with Bollywood stars, Kate and William started Day 2 of their seven day official tour of India.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge laid a wreath at India's National War Memorial, The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in Delhi.
It was a solemn moment, but the Duchess's dress had a Marilyn moment - it went flapping in the breeze, as Kate struggled to control it as the Last Post was played.
Kate was wearing a sophisticated white dress by Emilia Wickstead, a £1700 creation, and styled it with a Mulberry clutch and nude heels.
Her luscious brunette locks also went flyaway in the breeze, though the Duchess maintained her elegance and poise.
Kate & William continued their Royal Duties, visited the India Gate, and then arrived at the Old Birla House, where India's founding father spent the last years of his life before being assassinated.
At one point, the Duke and Duchess had to take off their shoes to pay respects at the location where Gandhi was shot, and the Duchess was seen sans a pedicure in her nude tights.
Kate and William also chatted with a choir of local school children, and had earlier met up with young entrepreneurs where William enjoyed a dosa - the Indian version of a crepe - but Kate waved it away.