Prince William and Catherine want to return to Australia

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26 April 2014

Prince William and Duchess Catherine hope to return to Australia in future following their 11-day tour of the country.

Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine hope to return to Australia.

The royal couple, and their nine-month-old son Prince George, flew home on Friday following a bustling 11-day tour of Australia and New Zealand, and they have expressed their great hope to visit again.

Speaking at a reception held at Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday, William said: "We greatly look forward to coming back. And when we do return, it will be to marvel again at all that Australia is, and will yet become."

The special reception was hosted in honour of the couple by Australian prime minister Tony Abbott, a well-known royalist, who paid tribute to the couple and hopes to build a long-lasting friendship with the royals.

Tony said he hopes to one day welcome the couple's son, baby George, to Australia as king.

He said in his address: "Many decades hence, when a currently unknowable Australian Prime Minister welcomes your son, King George VII to this building, that will be a sign of the stability and the continuity in the life of our nation."

- Bang Showbiz

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