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Saturday, February 28, 2015, 4:40 AM
Meet the samurai prince.
Prince William donned the trappings of a 16th century feudal warlord Saturday during the third day of his tour through Japan.
The Duke of Cambridge shed his restrained business attire befitting a 21st century British royal for the warrior-like headgear, tunic and sword of a samurai.
His dress was in honor of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the Japanese warlord who unified his country in the 16th century. Prince William’s royal makeover was part of his stop at the TV production stage of Tokyo studio, BBC News reported.
James Whatling/Splash News Prince William tried on this samurai outfit at NHK broadcasting studios in Tokyo Saturday. Tim Rooke/Rex/REX USA Prince William tries on the gear honoring Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the Japanese warlord who unified his country in the 16th century. Chris Jackson/Getty Images The Duke of Cambridge is visiting Japan from Thursday-Sunday. James Whatling/Splash News The Duke of Cambridge toured the NHK broadcasting studios and met cast and crew from the Taiga historical drama.
“How does it look?” William reportedly asked the gathered entourage.
Viewers can judge for themselves.
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