William and Kate Kick Off Tour of India

The visit to India - and then Bhutan - marks the royal couple's first tour in nearly two years.
3:50 | 04/11/16

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♪ ♪ ♪ Back on "Good morning America" this Monday morning. Will and Kate give cricket a good go. They're tackle their first day in India. Left the kiddies at home and we're there for it all. The duke and duchess of Cambridge are traveling through India and Bhutan. In that first official tour in two years without George and Charlotte. Reporter: And they're off. William and Kate taking in on India at full speed. Starting the second day of their royal trip, meeting with young entrepreneurs in Mumbai. The duchess donning her fourth outfit of the trip. After capping off their first day at a glittering gala where bollywood royalty met real-life royalty. Kate looking regal in royal blue. Donning lapis and diamond earrings. Her stunning gown by jenny Packham. A dorned with sparkly Indian ambassadoring. Prince William talking and how much they wanted to visit. India was the first place on Catherine's list that she told me wanted to visit. Reporter: This is the first time they have been to India. It's very significant. Because the Indians love the royal family. Reporter: From the streets immortalized in the film slumdog millionaire" to the cricket pitch, the duchessen wowing the crowds with her soccer skills. Prince William challenging one man to a hip-hop dance-off. The duchess taking lessons in speaking hindi from school children. For "Good morning America," lama Hasan, ABC news, London. ABC news royal contributor Victoria Murphy is traveling with William and Kate. She joins us live from deli, India, thank you for being with us. Hello, good morning from India. We heard in the piece that William said Kate really wanted to visit India. They get a say of where they go on their official royal visits. Well, yes, as you saw it, at that dinner last night, William revealed that Kate always wanted to be there. They are representing Britain, they're representing the queen abroad. It's at the request of the government where they go. You can definitely tell they're really, really excited to be here. They're looking forward to see as much of the country as possible and doing a really good job for the queen. Their patience certainly paid off. What are they hoping to accomplish with this visit? Well, I think they're hoping to accomplish obviously is to strength on the ties between Britain and India and William has said he's very keen to do that. For Kate, she's very interested in meeting the children. They went to the slums yesterday, they saw some of the country's poorest people. For William, when they go to national park tomorrow, that will be a big thing for him. Trying to highlight the plight of the rhinos there because of the poaching. They're also visiting the taj mul Mahal. An homage to William's mother. Thank you. Thank you. All right, George, over to

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