Getty Images (2) ; AFP / Getty Images ; AP PhotoOn TourThe Best of Prince William & Kate’s Jubilee South Pacific Visit (Photos)From the queen’s coconuts in Tuvalu to a Diana orchid in Singapore, a look at the royals’ Far East tour.09.22.12 4:45 AM ETGetty Images (2) ; AFP / Getty Images ; AP PhotoGetty Images (2) ; AFP / Getty Images ; AP PhotoIt was overshadowed by a press-intrusion scandal back at home, when pictures of Kate sunbathing topless were published by the French magazine Closer, but Will and Kate's tour of the South Pacific was still packed with memorable moments. Here are some of the best. William West, AFP / Getty ImagesRoyal WaveKate waves farewell as she and Will leave the Solomon Islands from Honiara on Sept. 18. The royal couple were on a nine-day tour marking Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. Arthur Edwards, Pool / Getty ImagesHula GirlKate prepares to dance with the ladies at the Vaiku Falekaupule for an entertainment program on Sept. 18 in Tuvalu. Arthur Edwards, Pool / Getty ImagesMilk of Human KindnessWilliam and Catherine drink coconut milk from a tree planted by the queen in 1982 in Tuvalu. Arthur Edwards, Pool / Getty ImagesFlowers in One's HairWilliam visited the resort island of Tavanipupu on Sept. 18 in Tuvalu. Rick Raycroft, AFP / Getty ImagesCanoe for TwoWilliam and Kate depart from Marapa Island on their way to Tavanipupu in a traditional war canoe on Sept. 17. Their lawyers were simultaneously lodging a criminal complaint in France over topless photos of her. Mark Large, Pool / Getty ImagesBy Royal AppointmentPersonalized necklaces were presented to William and Catherine as they visited Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo and his cabinet on day 7 of their Diamond Jubilee Tour, on Sept. 17, in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Mark Large, Pool / Getty ImagesIn the MiddleCatherine and William wear the personalized necklaces given them during their visit with Gordon Darcy Lilo, prime minister of the Solomon Islands. William West, Pool / AP PhotoVictoryWilliam and Kate clapped hands as they watched traditional dancers during a visit to a cultural village in Honiara, Solomon Islands, on Sept. 17. Mark Large, Pool / Getty ImagesTopless? So What?Oh, the irony. Young girls in traditional dress presented Prince William with a garland as the royal couple arrived in Honiara on their way to Tavanipupu on their Diamond Jubilee Tour, in Marau, Guadacanal Province, Solomon Islands. Chris Jackson, Pool / Getty ImagesWhat a Welcome!Wiliam and Kate are given a traditional greeting by villagers beating the water as they visit Tavanipupu Island. Daniel Munoz, Pool / AP PhotoAll Smiles Kate smiles to locals through a car window as she departs the Cultural Village in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Daniel Munoz, AFP / Getty ImagesRiding HighWilliam and Kate ride past local Solomon Islanders aboard a truck decorated as a canoe in Honiara. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesRiding HighWiliam and Kate in their special boat/truck. Vincent Thian, Pool / AP PhotoThe Mighty JungleThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk through the rainforest at the Danum Valley Research Center in Danum Valley, Sabab, Malaysia, on Sept. 15. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesKate EffectCatherine and William pose in traditional island clothing as they visit the Governor General's house on Sept. 16 in Honiara, Guadalcanal Island. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesCrowd ControlOnlookers take photographs as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, attend a cultural event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Saeed Khan, AFP / Getty ImagesModest DressThe day the topless pictures were published, Kate visited a mosque. Mark Baker / AP PhotoTop On, Shoes OffThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take their shoes off before entering a mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Sept. 14. Mark Large, Pool / Getty ImagesWining and DiningCatherine talks to Sultanah Tuanku Haminah binti Hamidun, the Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia, during a dinner hosted by Malaysia's head of state, Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah of Kedah. Mohd Rasfan, Pool / AP PhotoBy Popular DemandWilKat arrives at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Sept. 13. Nicolas Asfouri, AFP / Getty ImagesA Somber MomentWilliam and Kate look at the headstones of war dead as they visit the Kranji Memorial Cemetery in Singapore. Arthur Edwards, Pool / Getty ImagesBirthday LetterKate writes a birthday message for leukemia sufferer Zakwan Anuar, 15, at Hospis Malaysia. Nicolas Asfouri / AP Photo Why Water?Pregnancy speculation went into overdrive when William and Kate made the royal toast with water. Mark Large, Pool / Getty ImagesBiosphereWilliam and Kate visited Gardens by the Bay on Sept. 12 in Singapore. Nicolas Asfouri, Pool / AP PhotoSingapore Britain RoyalPrince William shook hands with Paralympic medalists (from left) Jouin Tan, Theresa Goh, and Laurentia Tan at the Eden Hall in Singapore on Sept. 12. Nicolas Asfouri, AFP / Getty ImagesPhoto OpFans pose for a photograph. Edgar Su, Pool / AP PhotoCrowding Out Kate greets fans during her visit to Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Edgar Su, Pool / AP PhotoSingapore Sling William talks to fans who had waited for him and his wife, Catherine, at Gardens by the Bay during his visit in Singapore. Chris McGrath / Getty ImagesWalk and WaveCatherine, Duchess of Cambridge, smiles at members of public in the crowd as she walks alongside Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. TIm Chong, Pool / AP PhotoSingapore StudentsCatherine interacts with students and their teacher at an art therapy session, part of the Rainbow Centre's special-education program, at the Margaret Drive School in Singapore on Sept. 12. Arthur Edwards, WPA Pool / Getty ImagesMore Water, Ma'am?Catherine toasts Mary Tan, the president of Singapore's wife, at a dinner. Wong Maye-E / AP PhotoGuard of HonorPrince William stops to talk to an honor guard member during the welcome ceremony at the Istana. Nicky Loh / Getty ImagesOrchid for DianaKate and William smile as they look at an orchid named in honor of Princess Diana at Singapore Botanical Gardens. Wong Maye-E, Pool / AP PhotoSingapore Britain RoyalsPrince William watches Kate receive flowers upon arrival at the VIP terminal of Changi International Airport on Sept. 11 in Singapore. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesWilKatCatherine and William leave Singapore Botanical Gardens. AFP / Getty ImagesWhat Kate WoreThis combination of pictures shows outfits worn by Kate during the nine-daySoutheast Asian and Pacific tour marking Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.