Kate Middleton and Prince William Will Bring Prince George and Princess Charlotte with Them on Canada Tour
It's official! After weeks of speculation, a Kensington Palace spokesman confirmed rumors that the entire royal family will be making an official visit to Canada. "They have received so many wonderful messages from Canadians since the birth of their children and look forward to having the chance to introduce their young family to the country."
In a photo posted to the official Kensington Palace Instagram account, the caption below reads, "We've just announced further details of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour to Canada. The Duke and Duchess, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will arrive into Victoria, Canada on 24th September. Find out what they'll be getting up to during #RoyalVisitCanada."
Things we're looking forward to most out of this visit:
1. Prince George waving happily at the crowd.
2. Princess Charlotte waving happily at the crowd.
3. Kate Middleton's fall style.
4. Prince William's charming smile.
While Prince George accompanied his parents to Australia and New Zealand back in 2014, this will be Princess Charlotte's first official royal tour. "It is a largely casual, highly outdoors tour," a spokesman for the Palace said at a press briefing. "There will be the usual government formal moments, but they'll getting out there and getting to meet Canadians face-to-face in all sorts of different settings." The family is keeping their Canada trip fairly local, with a base in Victoria, British Columbia, for the majority of their stay.
If you want to follow along the royal family's entire trip, their itinerary is laid out on the official Kensington Palace website. You can bet we've already committed the entire schedule to memory, just to see if we can get a peek at the littlest royals' adorable faces!