Kate Middleton Keeps Dazzling Canadians with Charm & Style

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Prince William and Kate Middleton had a busy weekend in Canada that included a rowing competition in which the newlyweds raced against each other and William got the chance to show off his flying skills by successfully landing a helicopter in water.  
The military exercise on Monday along the shore of Prince Edward Island took place as a proud Kate looked on. Prince William works as a rescue pilot in his homeland but this was his first-ever water landing.
The couple -- officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge -- also got the chance to race dragon boats against each other. Both are experienced in the activity, with Kate training with a dragon boat crew back in 2007. The prince's crew won the race but the royal couple shared a hug after emerging wet from the boats.
The fashion show also continued in Canada, with Kate wearing a cream dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, who designed her royal wedding gown. Watch the video for more highlights from the royal North American visit
The royal couple's North American Tour will also take them to California, beginning July 8. The U.S. portion of the trip will include a red carpet event, a polo match and other appearances during which the royals will meet with charitable and business leaders.