Kate and William’s Canada tour was always going to be full of solid pic ops. The Royal pair, plus Prince George and Princess Charlotte, touched down in Victoria on Saturday with the predictably paparazzi hype. Kate looked totally unruffled by a long haul flight in a Jenny Packham dress, Lock & Co hat (with customized maple leaf — so Canada) and Gianvito Rossi shoes.
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The whole family was representing, with Charlotte making her debut on a Royal Tour in a cute little blue dress and Mary-Jane shoes, and George wearing his usual old school uniform of a sweater, shorts and long socks. The little prince’s side-parted hair was looking particularly sleek too.
They were then welcomed by Justin Trudeau, who was left hanging by George who dismissed his low-five, high-five and hand shake. Rude. In all fairness, the 3-year-old looked a little overwhelmed by the dreamboat’s welcome and he then happily waved at the crowds.
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On Day 2, George and Charlotte stayed in while William and Kate hovercrafted to Vancouver, meeting crowds on the jetty in a dress from Alexander McQueen’s SS17 Resort collection (which retails at around £2,000) and sassy red Russell & Bromley shoes.
They then visited Sheway, a charity which helps mothers suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.
One of the babies needed a sudden nappy change before meeting the couple, and arrived in just a nappy. The mother apologized and Prince William said: ‘No worries at all, we know all about that’.
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The couple was totally at ease chatting about parent stuff with the mothers. When one of the babies was being weighed, Kate said: ‘She is so incredibly sweet and I can’t believe how good she is. Whenever we used to put George or Charlotte on the scales, they would never stay still.’
A five-year-old gave Kate and Will teddies for George and Charlotte, which they thanked her for saying: ‘Thank you so much, Charlotte will love this, she loves her teddies’ and ‘George too, he’s a big fan, thank you so much.
Then they ventured North to the Great Bear Rainforest, where they met with a community (with Kate looking very rustic in a Holland & Holland jacket) before she spruced in a red Preen By Thornton Bregazzi dress with Soru Baroque Double Sided Pearl Earrings (which are only £130).
Kate swapped Canadian red for green the next day in a Dolce & Gabbana dress and Hobbs coat — it was last season so it's sold out, but the high street store has got a similar one — the Mariella coat — for £299.
After leaving George and Charlotte to play while William and Kate completed their royal duties for a couple of days, the whole family attended a party for Canadian military families, hosted at British Columbia's Government House. There were balloons (Charlotte's favourite), magic tricks, bubbles, a dog (again, Charlotte couldn't get enough) and even a miniature pony. What more could a kid want?
And then, it's all over! The cute little family quad left Victoria, after waving everyone off from the jetty.
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