Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Canada tour dates have been revealed

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  • And they're looking forward to it for the sweetest reason

    Kensington Palace has announced some more details about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s upcoming tour of Canada – and that they’re understandably looking forward to it for a super sweet reason.

    The Royal couple will be visiting the country from the 24th September to the 1st October later this year, and will stop off at Vancouver, Victoria, Haida Gwaii, Kelowna and Bella Bella in British Columbia, as well as Carcross and Whitehorse in Yukon – the latter of which they have never visited before. The couple accepted the Canadian government’s invitation to tour parts of the country last month.

    We’re yet to find out whether Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1, will be accompanying their parents on the trip, although it’s expected to be confirmed nearer the time. Although George went with his parents on a trip to Australia back in 2014, when he was just 9 months old, the trip would be Charlotte’s first ever trip abroad. Take a look at the Cambridge family photo album to revisit all of their loveliest moments together as a family.

    And the pair are no doubt looking forward to the trip for a really sweet reason. As Kensington Palace tweeted on their behalf: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Canada this autumn at the invitation of the Canadian government. TRH hold very happy memories from their last visit to Canada in 2011 – their first overseas tour as a married couple.’ We can’t believe it’s been more than five years since the royal wedding (and no doubt William and Kate feel the same). Where does the time go?

    We just can’t wait to see the pictures from the Duke and Duchess’s next trip.

    Oh, to be a royal…

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