Kate Middleton's Jubilee Tour Diary: Day Three

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Kate Middleton holds a parasol in Singapore

Kate Middleton has got us all glued to her antics in Asia - from meeting with school children to attending an orchid naming ceremony, the Duchess Of Cambridge has had a wonderful first week on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee tour. Today, she landed in Malaysia, and we've got all the details from her diary. Check it out…

Wake up, eat breakfast, put on duck egg blue Jenny Packham dress, nude stockings and nude patent court shoes.

Get a blow-dry from hairstylist - today's look? Tumbling curls (for a change!). 

Visit the graves at the Kranji Memorial, have a wander round and pay respects while looking amazeballs with a fancy little parasol. 

Lay a wreath for William's nan. 

Leave Singapore, touch down at Kuala Lumpur airport (in the same outfit). Meet crowds and give them a good royal wave.

Arrive at Prime Minister's house, where all sorts of strange fruits are displayed at a posh lunch at the Seri Perdana Complex. Sit on a throne (an ACTUAL throne, squeal!) to eat rock lobster salad and smoked salmon, nutmeg scented butternut pumpkin soup, nut baked salmon with vegetables followed by a chocolate dome (yum), bourbon creme brulee and earl grey ice cream.

Accept ANOTHER huge bunch of flowers, sign the visitors' book, then have a private little chat with the PM and his wife.

Head to Hospis Malaysia, where it's SPEECH TIME. Cringe. Give speech thanking staff and patients for their hospitality, congratulate them on their treatment and care.

Make a little clay picture with Wills (MOST fun), sign a little boy's card and tell him he's brave and handsome.

Head to dinner at the Negara Palace in a real princess dress - an ornate gold and white floor-length gown by Alexander McQueen. 

Eat, sleep. Until tomorrow… RM

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