Prince William gifted kangaroo tendon hunting spear

By admin
23 April 2014

Prince William was gifted a traditional hunting spear while visiting the National Indigenous Training Centre in Yulara, Australia.

Britain's Prince William was gifted a hunting spear during his trip to Australia today. The 31-year-old royal, who is the midst of a whirlwind royal tour Down Under with his wife Duchess Catherine, was presented with the traditional hunting tool while visiting the National Indigenous Training Centre in Yulara, close to Uluru - the sacred tourist destination. According to the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, William was "impressed" with the barbed mulga wood spear - which is bound in kangaroo tendons - and asked about its origins. William and Catherine (32) presented certificates to graduates of the training centre and were adorned with a slew of gifts including the hunting spear.

 'William was "impressed" with the barbed mulga wood spear - which is bound in kangaroo tendons '

39-year-old Emma Haskins and her four-year-old daughter Amelia travelled five hours to meet the royals and couldn't help but gush over their nine-month-old son, Prince George, who didn't accompany them on the trip to Uluru.

Emma said: "It's been planned since March - as soon as we found out she was coming we did it. It was so exciting - I was lost for words." According to Emma, Catherine said she missed George and told her daughter she looked "beautiful".

-Bang Showbiz

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