William and Kate spent a sunny Sunday morning at St. Andrew's Cathedral for the Easter service. Afterward, they signed the First Fleet Bible and Book of Common Prayer both dating from around 1788. Britain used to deport their convicts to America, but after the Revolutionary War, they had to find a new location. The First Fleet was a group of 11 ships that set sail to form the first penal colony--and so the first European settlement--in Australia. The two then returned to Admiralty House where--as pictures that surfaced later showed--they hunted Easter eggs with George.
Tour: Down Under 2014
Location: Australia, Sydney
Event: Daytime Event, Private, Public
Venue: St. Andrew's Cathedral