Kate Middleton and Prince William's Cutest Photos from Their Second Tour of Canada
Waving goodbye to an incredible trip
The young family bids farewell to Canada as they depart from Victoria back to England.
Receiving jerseys for their kids
Kate and William laugh and smile as they are presented with personalized sports jerseys for Prince George and Princess Charlotte by the British Columbia Governor Christy Clark.
Embarking on the Pacific Grace
The couple set sail on the ship in Victoria Harbor on the final day of their royal tour of Canada.
Setting the trap
The duke and duchess looked positively gleeful on a fishing trip in Haida Gwaii, Canada.
Riding in a Canoe
The royal pair enjoyed the last full day of their royal Canadian tour seeing the archipelago Haida Gwaii by canoe.
Playing with balloon animals
The royal tots were fascinated by balloon animals at the activity-filled event.
Arriving at a party for military families
The duke and duchess brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to a reception at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia, where they met other children of military families.
Receiving a cultural welcome in Carcross
The duke and duchess traveled to Carcross, Canada, on Sept. 28, receiving an adorable cultural welcome by the First Nation People upon arrival.
Meeting mountain bikers at Montana Mountain
The couple was intrigued to learn more about the bike trails at Mountain mountain, speaking to locals about the experience.
Sitting in on story time
The duke and duchess had a blast during story time with local children, where they learned more about the vibrant territory.
Visiting the MacBride Museum
The couple learned about Yukon's history at the MacBride Museum, and even sent the first ever telegraph tweet from the museum's telegraph office. Prince William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, had visited the office back in 1959.
Arriving in Yukon
Late Tuesday night, the couple touched down in chilly Yukon. Middleton bundled up in a chic green Hobbs coat, holding on to a tartan scarf in case the night got breezy.
Sampling dishes from local chefs
The royals looked to be having a ball as they tasted Indian food cooked by Vikram Vij at a visit to Mission Hill Winery in Kelowna.
Stopping by Kelowna
The duo continued their royal tour of Canada with the Duchess of Cambridge in a structured jade green Dolce & Gabbana dress as they headed to Kelowna.
Learning about the Great Bear Rainforest
The couple toured the Great Bear Rainforest, which Prince William had just declared part of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, an initiative to create "a global network of forests that will benefit indigenous communities, wildlife, and tourism now, and into the future."
Receiving gifts in Bella Bella
The couple graciously accepted gifts, including straw hats, from Bella Bella locals at Wawiska Community Hall.
Watching a traditional welcome ceremony
On day three of their tour, the couple visited Bella Bella, B.C., where rain forced a welcome ceremony indoors. The royals went casual in sweaters and jeans for the wet day.
Sharing a laugh at the Immigrant Services Society
The couple sat down to learn about how the organization supports more than 25,000 migrants to Canada each year, and had fun with the Prime Minister in the process.
Unveiling a plaque at the Immigrant Services Society
The royals were honored to unveil a plaque at the Immigrant Services Society's new Welcome House with the Trudeaus by their side.
Waving to admirers
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived by sea plane to Vancouver, cheerfully waving to the crowd. Middleton stunned in a red and white Alexander McQueen dress and matching red pumps.
Sharing a smile at welcome ceremony
Prince William and Kate Middleton only had eyes for each other at the official welcome ceremony for the royal tour at the British Columbia Legislature.
Meeting the Prime Minister and his Wife
The royals met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, who looked stunning in a purple sheath dress and matching hat.
Touching down in Victoria
The duke and duchess made their trip a family affair, arriving in Victoria, Canada with their adorable tots Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow.