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Duchess Kate's tropical snaps revealed on royal site

Seven of Kate's photos from the trip were posted on the couple's official website. This one was taken while the couple were driving through a rainforest in Malaysia's Danum Valley.

Kate's pretty good at being a duchess, so why not photography, too?

On their way to the Solomon Islands in September as part of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations in South East Asia and the South Pacific, Kate and Will did a little sight-seeing in Malaysia. This week, the palace released photos taken by Kate on the couple's official website

In another rare glimpse of the pair's personal life, the site also published pictures of Will on duty as a RAF helicopter pilot in Wales.  

This picture captured the silhouette of an endangered Borneo orangutan, taken by Duchess Kate.

During a private walk through the jungle in Malaysia's Danum Valley, Kate took this shot of a clearing.

Another shot of a jungle clearing taken on the walk.

Kate shot 13,435-foot Mount Kinabalu, Borneo's highest point, from the plane on the way to the Solomon Islands.

This photo shows a palm oil plantation. Kate took the picture on the way to the Royal Society research station in Sabah, Malaysia, according to her site.

Kate took this pic of Borneo's mist-covered hills from a plane. As the royal site points out, it's "one of the oldest rainforests in the world."

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