Following their trip to the Taronga Zoo the Cambridges left Sydney for their flight to Canberra, Australia’s capital.
This afternoon Kate, William and Prince George made their much-anticipated visit to Sydney’s famed Taronga Zoo. At the top of the “Things to See” list: the Bilbys, described as something like a cross between a rabbit and a rat.
The animals are on the brink of extinction, work is being done to restore them to their natural habitats. More from the Daily Mail:
He is visiting the bilby enclosure named after him, where he may ‘meet’ the endangered marsupial which is also named after him. The Palace accepted Australia’s offer to name the bilby enclosure after Prince George after the royal heir’s birth last year, as well as the Australian government’s gift of a bilby for the young prince to ‘adopt’.
The Prince and his parents at the bilby enclosure, via these pictures from 9News Australia:
This morning the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Easter Sunday services at St. Andrews Cathedral in Sydney.
Hello and happy weekend to everyone. I thought it made sense to pop in with news of what Kate wore at Rugby last night in Sydney, as well as some other updates that might well get lost among the outfit-specific posts.
It turns out the Duke and Duchess relaxed last night at a rugby match in Sydney.
The match was at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium, between the New South Wales Waratahs and Northern Bulls from South Africa. More from News.com Australia:
HOW does one unwind after a day spent being mobbed by thousands of well wishers and back-to-back official functions?
At the rugby of course.