Britain's Prince William talks to a young girl standing amongst members of a choir after he attended church in Auckland
Britain's Prince William talks to a young girl standing amongst members of a choir after he attended church in Auckland July 10, 2005. William attended the church for morning mass, and laid a wreath at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, as a representative of Queen Elizabeth II, to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II on the last day of his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself.
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