The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent part of today visiting war planes in Blenheim.
The couple went to the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre hangars to see a number of World War I and II replica planes.
Film director and aviation buff Sir Peter Jackson guided Prince William and Catherine through much of the exhibition.
Earlier in the day Prince William and Catherine took 30 minutes to stop and chat on their walkabout through Seymour Square in the centre of the town.
A number of fans staked out the best positions as early as 4.30am. One of these people Ross Banbury described the event as very exciting for the town of Blenheim and a real boom for the local economy.
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