Hundreds turned out to greet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their royal visit to Wales on Tuesday, and they made sure the royal couple didn't leave empty-handed.

Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived in Mumbles at around lunchtime, where the streets were lined with people keen to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.

First, the royals visited the RNLI lifeboat station in Mumbles, which is one of Wales’ busiest lifeboat stations.

The couple spoke to crew members about their 24-hour rescue services at sea. They then stopped off at popular Mumbles venue Joe's, for an ice cream before moving on to Tata Steel in Port Talbot, where they met workers, company directors and trade unions.

The Cambridges then ended their day by visiting the Bulldogs Development Centre.

During their visit, William and Kate received gifts from workers as well as members of the public. But what exactly did the royals receive?

Mumbles Pier

All smiles as the Duchess of Cambridge meets a youngster who was one of the hundreds who turned out in Mumbles

After visiting the lifeboat station the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge headed to Mumbles seafront where they had the opportunity to meet members of the public.

The couple were all smiles as they gave high fives to young children, spoke to their parents and said hello to friendly dogs.

A young girl in the crowd then gave a bouquet of flowers to Kate.

Joe's

The royal couple enjoyed a visit to Joe's Ice Cream parlour
The Duchess of Cambridge is presented with a bouquet of flowers during a visit to Joe's Ice Cream

Next stop was Swansea's famous ice cream parlour - Joe's.

And neither could resist a try. Kate went for vanilla, while William opted for a chocolate cone.

William told some child children to “enjoy your ice cream and have double sprinkles for me next time”, while Kate also met with a group of children from Oystermouth School in the ice cream parlour where she was presented with a bouquet of flowers from another young fan.

Tata Steel

The couple wore hard hats for their visit to Tata Steel
They were given dragon toys for their children, after their visit to Tata Steel

The Duke and Duchess visited the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot to learn about the importance of the operation to UK manufacturing.

They wore protective clothing including hard hats, goggles and a jacket for their guided tour of the Hot Strip Mill.

After their visit to Tata Steel, William and Kate were given toy dragons for their three children - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Bulldogs boxing club

The royal couple visited Bulldogs Boxing Club in Port Talbot and were presented with flowers and boxing gloves
The Duke and Duchess were presented with three pairs of boxing gloves for their children
And they were also given their own gloves

The final stop of the day was the Bulldogs boxing club. The boxing club focuses on helping young people’s mental health through sport.

They spent time meeting and chatting to children who use the boxing gym.

Kate took part in a game with a group of young girls getting a ball through a pipe and into a bucket. They call it Gutter Ball.

The couple were then presented with flowers and their very own boxing gloves. William had black, while Kate had pink. And they were also given three sets of boxing gloves for their children.

William said that they “have a punch bag at home”.