Kate Middleton and Prince William will be taking their kids to Canada from September 24 to October 1 this year and now we know all the details of their trip.
It will be Princess Charlotte’s debut royal tour with her parents. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will take 16-month-old Charlotte and three-year-old George for a week's visit to Canada's British Columbia.
They will kick start their tour in Victoria, which is where the children will be based with their nanny Maria Borralo for the remainder of the trip. Kate and Wills have 30 engagements planned from there.
They’ll begin the trip by touching down in Victoria on a Royal Canadian Air Force plane. From their they’ll briefly stop at the beautiful Government House, which will be their base for the duration of the trip. The kids will stay here.
Kate and Wills will take a float plane trip to Vancouver on their second day. They will partake in charity work in the city's Downtown East Side. Then they’ll head to the Immigration Services Society of British Columbia, meeting refugees from Syria.
On Monday they’ll head to the Great Bear Rainforest, which is the world’s largest temperate rainforest and absolutely stunning. Tuesday will take the royals to Whitehorse in Yukon. They’ll stop at Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley on their way.
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On Wednesday the royal couple will explore Whitehorse and Carcross in Yukon. Then on Thursday Prince George and Princess Charlotte will join in the fun at a party for military families in the gardens of Government House, Victoria.
On Friday the Duke and Duchess will head to Haida Gwaii where they will go canoeing and visit a heritage centre and museum in Skidgate.
On Saturday they will do charity work in Victoria before partaking in a departure ceremony at Victoria Harbour Airport. Then they will head home.