Wills and Kate pay tribute to hotel terror victims in Mumbai visit
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have heard first-hand about the horrors of the Mumbai terror attacks, as Kate wowed India with an outfit that embraced both Britain and Asia.
William and Kate began their tour of India by having garlands placed around their necks as they arrived at Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace Hotel - where 31 staff and guests were killed in the 2008 assault.
Dubbed 'WillKat' by the Indian media, William wore a smart suit while the Duchess looked stunning in a red paisley-themed outfit by Alexander McQueen that blended Indian colour with British couture.
It had a skirt split at the front over a black underskirt - a feature borrowed heavily from Asian tradition.
She later donned a floaty print dress by Anita Dongre as her second outfit of the day as the couple paid a visit to the Oval Maidan in Mumbai.
The inaugural engagement of their first visit to India began in sombre mood when they laid a wreath at a memorial in the hotel to those who died on the premises.
The Duke and Duchess placed a floral tribute of white lilies between 31 burning candles, with the message: 'In memory of those who lost their lives and those injured in the senseless atrocities at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. William, Catherine.'