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William and Kate visit Australia's iconic Uluru — and prepare for a night under the stars
By SP_COP on April 22, 2014 | From
Prince William and Kate Middleton have arrived for one of the highlights in their Australia tour: a visit to the iconic site of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose a sleeveless shift dress by Roksanda Ilinic, the same designer who created the yellow dress she wore to arrive in Sydney. Her husband complemented her in a short-sleeved shirt and a pair of chinos.

Their visit has evoked memories of the journey made there by William's parents Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1983. Then a baby, William accompanied them on the tour, although not to Uluru.

Similarly, the Cambridge's own son, Prince George, did not join them on the three-hour trip from Canberra; he stayed in the capital with his nanny. William and Kate will spend Tuesday night under the stars, glamping at Longtitude 131, the luxury accommodation facing the north face of Uluru. There they will be able to experience the outback at night and have an opportunity to see the sun rise over Uluru.

Shortly after their arrival, the royal couple were taken to the National Indiginous Training Academy, which provides training for the hospitality and tourism industries.

They handed out certificates to delighted graduating students before receiving gifts of their own to commemorate the visit, including a traditional spear and jewellery. "George will probably chew on it, so I'll keep it away from him," Kate joked, as she was presented with a handmade bracelet.

After a quick outfit change for the Duchess into a recycled Hobbs dress and a sensible pair of wedges, the couple then headed to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, where they were treated to a traditional aboriginal dance called an Inma.

Shaded from the 31 degree sun, they sat side-by-side to enjoy the performance before making their way inside the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn about Uluru and neighbouring Kata Tjutu, both of which are sacred sites to the indigenous people.

They then met with Aboriginal people who own the land at Uluru, and were shown local art before joining the Chief Minister and student representatives from local schools for afternoon tea.

Later in the afternoon, tour guide Sammy Wilson will escort William and Kate on a short sunset stroll at the base of Uluru. The couple will learn the story of the battle between Kuniya (the snake woman) and Liru (the poisonous snake man) — important creation figures for Uluru's traditional ancestors....
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