Kate Middleton Takes in Canada's Haida Culture in Cowboy Boots
As Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoyed the last full day of their royal Canadian tour, the duo arrived at archipelago Haida Gwaii on the northern coast of British Columbia Friday by canoe, with the Duchess of Cambridge showing off her effortless style in another chic green look.
After they paddled their way to the Haida Heritage Center and Museum in Skidegate, the mom-of-two was all smiles as she walked along a dock in a hunter green Smythe jacket and matching skinny jeans. Middleton completed her ensemble with an off-white blouse complete with a bow and added an edge with brown cowboy boots.
Prince William was by her side in a blue sweater and gray pants as they met with Haida Nation members, enjoyed a dance performance from local children, and also took a peek at Haida totem poles in the Centre's Carving House in matching scarves.
"Thank you for welcoming us and sharing your traditions with us," Prince William said as he addressed the crowd inside the center. "The historic link between the Crown & the First Nations people is strong, and is one that I hold dear to my heart."
While they were there, they also opened the new Haida Gwaii Hospital and Care Centre and talked to moms who told them "how the new hospital means they can stay on Haida Gwaii to give birth," according to the Kensington Palace's Twitter.
After William and Kate enjoy some fishing, they will head to Victoria to spend the last night of their tour.