Transcript for Kuala Lumpur Residents Marvel at 'Beautiful' Kate Middleton
will and kate's royal tour. Big day today. Kate's first speech on foreign soil. And abc's bob woodruff is covering it all in kuala lumpur. Good morning, bob. Reporter: This is the third day of this nine-day trip. We've heard prince william speak several times. But we've not heard from kate, until today. The first stop in malaysia this morning, a hospice where kate would make her first overseas speech since she and william were married. It's been wonderful meeting the patients, families and staff here. Reporter: Hospice care is one of kate's charities. And she is loved here. Outside, the malaisian kids wave flags. Have you watched her a lot on television? Yes. Reporter: What do you think of her? Beautiful. Reporter: Right across the street is a huge muslim cemetery. And the caretakers told me, they couldn't get enough of her. Are you excited about seeing kate speak next to us? Yes. Reporter: Because she's beautiful? Or because she's the possible queen someday? Queen and beautiful. Reporter: Queen and beautiful. Early this morning in singapore, under a blazing sun, a quiet moment. The couple walked among the headstones that honor those who lost their lives in world war ii. She did seem a little nervous speaking today. But on this trip, she has begun taking a much larger role. Thank you, again, for inviting us here. And all the very best for this exciting new initiative. Thank you. Reporter: Amy, I have to tell you, this is the second foreign trip I've been on with william and kate together. And I have to say, that every day, she seems to be getting more and more comfortable.
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