It's been a busy day for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton. The royal couple touched down in Australia's red centre where they received a traditional Aboriginal welcome from the National Indigenous Training Academy earlier in the day, before enjoying a picturesque sunset over Ayers Rock.
After a quick change out of the slinky but sensible grey Roksanda Ilincic dress she was seen sporting during the day, Kate and her husband Wills were ready to pose for photographs as the sun began to set over the iconic landmark.
The Duchess didn't opt for too drastic a change for her evening ensemble either, slipping into a print tea dress complete with plaited cream belt and comfy wedges.
The couple, who are due to celebrate their third wedding anniversary next month, were a little timid as they stood in front of the lens beside one of the most romantic and idyllic spots - not just in Australia but the entire world.
Fortunately William broke the ice, joking to Kate "So what shall we talk about." Now, if that doesn't call for a mega lolz we don't know what does.
Lucky eyewitness, a young schoolgirl, apparently told Kate: "You were both like magic when the photos were being taken, I was like 'How are they not swatting flies away?'."
Kate laughed: "I know. It was difficult." And William was quick to remark: "They were all coming for us." See, told you he was a joker.
"It's a beautiful sight though," he then added. "Quite breath-taking."
See all the best pics from the Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia in the gallery below...