Prince George and Princess Charlotte are getting their first look at Canada!
Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children have officially touched down in Victoria, British Columbia, for their visit with our neighbors up north. The trip is their first family tour since welcoming Charlotte in May 2015.
The family gracefully exited their plane on Saturday afternoon, adorably color-coordinated in shades of blue.
Kate wowed in a blue Jenny Packham suit with matching fascinator and Queen Elizabeth's diamond maple leaf brooch as she held 16-month-old Charlotte, who wore a baby blue dress and cute bow.
Prince George, 3, was adorably dressed in a blue sweater, shorts and knee-high socks, while his dad, Prince William, wore a classic navy suit and striped tie.
The family of four was warmly greeted by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his fashionably-dressed wife, Sophie, as well as other dignitaries.
The royal family is set to be in Canada through Oct. 1, where they'll enjoy tours of Vancouver, Kelowna, Yukon, Victoria and Haida Gwaii and learn about mental health issues as well as the country’s youth and indigenous population.
There will also be kid-friendly fun during the tour, as the royals are set to visit the Great Bear Rainforest on British Columbia's Central Coast on Monday and later attend a children's party at Government House.
While William and Kate will be keeping their children close throughout the tour, they recently opened up about their fears as parents. See more in the video below.