Prince William and Kate Middleton are preparing to bring Princess Charlotte to North America on her first royal tour next week.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit British Columbia and Yukon in Canada on a royal trek kicking off on Sept. 24th. Accompanied by 16-month-old Charlotte and her three-year-old brother, George, the family will touch down in Victoria for a busy week involving 30 official engagements.
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So what’s on the agenda?
After unveiling a new plaque paying tribute to veterans of Canada’s involvement in the Afghanistan conflict, the couple will greet locals, meet with Canadian leaders and travel to Vancouver by float plane.
Meetings with charities including Sheway, which benefits mothers battling addiction, the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre and Cridge Centre for the Family are also on the cards.
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The royal couple will also mingle with “people of their generation” at an event celebrating young Canadian leaders, attend the Taste of British Columbia festival at Mission Hill Winery, go fishing at Hectate Strate, peruse MacBride Museum and paddle around in a canoe at Haida Heritage Center.
The little ones are also in for some fun as the family will visit the Great Bear Rainforest on BC’s Central Coast and attend a children’s party at Government House, where the kids are promised “plenty of surprises.”
We can’t wait to see pics of wee Charlotte and George taking on Canada!
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