In pictures: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit India and Bhutan

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image captionThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Taj Mahal on the final day of their tour, and were photographed on the bench where Princess Diana was pictured in February 1992. (AFP)
image captionThe duchess was wearing another dress with an Indian-inspired design by Naeem Khan. (Getty Images)
image captionAfter posing for pictures, William and Kate went for a walk around the site. (PA)
image captionOn the sixth day of their tour of India and Bhutan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge trekked in the Himalayas to the Tiger's Nest monastery. Situated on a cliff face, the monastery is considered to be one of the holiest for the Bhutanese people. (PA)
image captionThe three-hour-long route to the Tiger's Nest trailed through a pine forest. (Reuters)
image captionThey arrived in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan on Thursday. Like Prince William and Catherine, King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Queen Jetsun Pema wed in 2011. (PA)
image captionThe duke and duchess both tried their hand at archery, the national sport of Bhutan. (PA)
image captionOn Wednesday, the duke and duchess were put to work feeding a group of orphaned baby elephants and rhinos at one of the world's most important wildlife parks, the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation. They hope to highlight the threat of extinction hanging over India's rhinoceroses. (Reuters)
image captionLater, they visited the Kaziranga Discovery Park built by the Elephant Family, the charity founded by Mark Shand, the late brother of the Duchess of Cornwall. (Reuters)
image captionIn Panbari Village, locals danced for the couple. The duchess said the little girls dancing reminded her of 11-month-old Princess Charlotte, who is not accompanying them on the trip. (Reuters)
image captionDressed in gifts of hand-loomed scarves, the royal couple also visited a "Namghar", an Assamese site of congregational worship. (Reuters)
image captionThe duchess has been wearing outfits by local designers or made from local material (Getty Images/PA)
image captionAt the start of their tour in Mumbai, the duke and duchess met staff at the Taj Palace Hotel and laid a wreath. The hotel had been attacked by Islamist militants in 2008, in an assault which killed many guests and staff. (PA)
image captionAfter a quick change of clothes, William and Catherine went to meet children and charity workers at Mumbai's Oval Maidan recreation ground. (Getty Images)
image captionThe Duchess later took up a cricket bat and tried a few shots, helped by advice from behind the stumps by former Indian captain Vengsarkar. (PA)
image captionThe couple also paid a visit to the ancient Banganga water tank where they were presented with traditional floral garlands. (PA)
image captionDay one of the royal tour ended with a charity fundraising dinner with Bollywood and sporting stars. The duchess wore a sapphire blue Jenny Packham gown. (Reuters)

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