Transcript for Prince William and Duchess Kate's Royal Trip to India
24 years after his glamorous mother made a memorable visit to the taj Mahal, prince William heads to India with his equally glamorous wife Kate. Here's ABC ace lama Hasan. Reporter: All eyes on prince William and Kate this weekend as they head to India for a week-long trip. Heaving their children at home. It's the first time Kate has been away from Charlotte for any length of time. Reporter: On tap for the royal couple, an evening with bollywood stars, an up-close look at the world's largest population of endangered rhinoceroses, and a trip to the stunning taj Mahal. The trip will undoubtedly evoke memories of the lady princess Diana, famously photographed in front of the taj Mahal in 1992. William and Kate going there is bringing back memories of his mother. He's looking forward to visit that place where he said in his own words his mother's memory is kept alive. Reporter: Wednesday Kate gave royal watchers a preview of the sorts of designs she's expected to don throughout the trip. Sporting a dress by Indian designer saloni at a London reception for guests from Indian butan. She's taking 30 outfits, we believe. We're going to see her choose designers to pay tribute to her hosts. It's possible she may wear the emerald choker which was a popular piece of jewelry with princess Diana that is originally from India. Reporter: The royal couple are no strangers to international travel. During their five years of marriage, they've journeyed to the U.S., Canada, Singapore, and in 2014 they famously trekked to Australia and New Zealand with a young prince George in tow. This time there will be no young prince. But royal insiders say there will certainly be plenty of colorful moments to go around. For "Nightline" I'm lama Hasan in London.
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