Are you starting to understand my fascination with the Duchess of Cambridge? Watch the video (after the jump) and you’ll be equally as enamored as I am.
Wearing an Alice by Temperley dress, Catherine put on a grass skirt to perform with dancers at the Vaiku Falekaupule for an entertainment program on September 18th in Tuvalu. Per island tradition, Catherine spritzed perfume on certain dancers as a mark of respect and gratitude (she chose Paul Smith London for Men), according to the Daily Mail‘s Rebecca English.
News that she and Prince William won an injunction today in France against the republication of those topless photos, which must be turned over to the palace within 24 hours, Closer must pull images from its site and cannot publish images again, according to the Daily Mail, and criminal action has been launched against the photographer responsible for taking the photos.
Wearing a yellow eyelit dress by an “independent dressmaker” earlier in the day, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge chatted with others at a leaving ceremony at Honiara International airport to head to Tuvalu.
William and Catherine were able to take a break at Tavanipupu resort in between engagements, a much-needed mini holiday that the resort’s co-owner, Pamela Kimberly, thought they enjoyed.
“I was astounded at how down to Earth and lovely they were,” Kimberly told HELLO! of William and Catherine. ”They just seemed to love it. They were happy and relaxed.
“When they arrived, we gave them a pina colada each made from rum, fresh pineapple juice and coconut cream. William liked it so much, we gave him another one. He had two, she had one.
“They got straight into the snorkelling and saw lots of beautiful fish. They were just swimming and enjoying the island. They had dinner on their own private jetty. This morning they walked out on the big deck.”