The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on the final stage of their Diamond Jubilee tour on behalf of the queen, taking in the Far East and South Pacific. On September 18, 2012, William and Catherine arrived on the island of Tuvalu. This day proved to be one of the most colorful and exotic parts of the couple’s trip as they were carried on thrones by inhabitants of the islands dressed in grass skirts. William and Catherine also donned traditional flower garlands on their head as well as grass skirts and swayed to the music as they joined local dancers. The smiles emanating from William and Catherine and the enthusiasm with which they joined in the dances showed how much they enjoyed themselves. It made for a nice respite from the on-going controversy over topless photos taken of the duchess by the paparazzi while the couple was on a recent holiday in Provence. Photos by Getty Images.