Things have been getting pretty wild on Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton's royal visit to Singapore as the royal couple came face to face with a dragon.
Kate and Wills couldn't contain their giggles as they arrived at the Rainbow Centre in the Queensland area of the country and were clearly over joyed by the welcome they received from hundreds of Union Flag-waving local children as they walked through Strathmore Green housing estate on their way to the centre.
As well as the children, the royals were entertained by locals performing Tai Chi and Dragon Dancers who were dressed as a orange and red dragon and put on quite a show for the couple. The Duchess wore a stunning black, white and red print dress by Asian designer Raoul for the visit and while it might be pretty, the 30 year-old had some trouble holding her skirt down because of the strong breeze.
Kate almost loses her skirt as she is welcomed to the Rainbow Centre in Singapore (WENN)
Luckily Kate managed to avoid any unsightly knicker flashes and kept her dignity intact. Earlier in the day Prince William and Kate had faced some tough choice when speaking to children at the Tanglin Trust British School as they questioned the future king and asked the question on everyone's lips, what about children?
Corine Ackermann, 17 said: “Someone asked him how many children he would like to have, and he said he was thinking about having two.”
Wills has been open about his desire to have a child and admitted in an interview earlier this year that starting a family was his main priority.