Get ready to see some adorable snaps...
The Royal family touched down in Canada last weekend for their next international tour. Excitement levels are at an all time high for this trip as Wills and Kate will be taking both George and Charlotte on their week long tour of the country.
While George was famously taken on the couple’s trip to New Zealand when he was just eight months, this is Charlotte’s royal tour debut and the first time the whole family have embarked on such a trip.
A jam packed itinerary lies ahead for the famous foursome with a trip to majestic Great Bear Rainforest, a tea party and a canoe trip on the agenda.
The family will be based at Government House in Victoria for the week where the children will be looked after nannies while their parents carry out around thirty royal engagements.
With this trip - essentially a week long photo opportunity - we’re guaranteed to see some seriously cute pics of the famously private family.
The Royal family arrived in Victoria Airport on 24 September to embark upon their eight day visit to Canada
Their first photocall was on arrival at Victoria Airport on Saturday. The family arrived on a Canadian Air Force plane where they were greeted by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie.
The Royal family were greeted by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Trudeau.
The family wore co-ordinating royal blue outfits with Kate opting for a fitted dress from one of her favourite designers, Jenny Packham.
William and Kate attended a meeting of senior Canadian Leaders at Government House on September 24 in Victoria, Canada
The following day, Wills and Kate visited the Immigrant Services Society, a charity which offers support to refugees, women and children. Charlotte and George did not attend and instead stayed with the family's nanny.
Kate and Wills joined the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Trudeau on a visit to the Immigrant Services Society of British Columbia New Welcome Centre.
Kate Middleton opted for a red and white dress by Alexander McQueen, the fashion house responsible for her iconic wedding dress.
On day three William and Kate were welcomed to British Columbia by the Heiltsuk First Nations Commuity. Kate looked relaxed in tight jeans, a navy knit sweater, a beige jacket and gold earrings designed by Canadian-born Pippa Small.
They also visited the Great Bear rainforest - the world's largest temperate rainforest and home of the Kermode bear (or spirit bear).
At the Government of British Columbia reception Kate looked divine in a scarlet Preen by Thornton Bregazzi gown, adorned with a diamond maple leaf brooch.
The couple then visited Mission Hill Winery in Kelowna and tasted some Canadian delicacy. Later they attended a volleyball game at the University of British Columbia in Kelowna.
Kate and William then flew to Whitehorse, Yukon - north Canada. Style icon Kate kept warm in a green Hobbs coat, with a bespoke green Dolce and Gabbana gown underneath.
Whilst in Whitehorse the couple visited the MacBride Museum of Yukon History. Kate wore a scarlet red coat by Carolina Herrera, with burgundy heels and clutch.
Later they were welcomed in Carcross, Yukon, by Tagish First Nation people. Kate dressed down in a grey cardigan coat by Candian designer Sentaler and earrings by Yukon-born Shelley Macdonald. They also visited Carcross Commons and Montana Mountain.
Yesterday, the Royal family attended a children's party at Government House in Victoria. The event, held for military families, transformed into a petting zoo.
The Royals arrive at the children's party for military families
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were in attendance this time, with George riding a miniature pony and popping bubbles with other children.
Prince George catches bubbles at the children's party
Princess Charlotte met a rabbit named Smores and even said her first word in public, "pop", as the balloons filled Government House. How sweet.
Princess Charlotte meets Smores the rabbit
After a whirlwind tour, the royal family wave goodbye to Canada.
Adorable Prince George pressed his face against the plane window as the family departed from Canada.
See all the pictures in the gallery below as they happen:
The Royal family as the arrive in Canada for their first Royal tour as a four.
Prince George came over all shy when met with crowds.
Prince George looked adorable in a blue sweater and shorts.
The Duchess of Cambridge carries Charlotte as the family touch down in Canada for their week long tour.
This is only the third time Princess Charlotte has been seen in public.
Kate Middleton donned a white dress by Alexander McQueen finished with bold red heels from Russell & Bromley to the second day of the Royal tour.
Kate and William at the Canadian Coast Guard and Vancouver First Responders Event at Kitsilano Coastguard Station on Sunday.
Prince William sat alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Official Welcome Ceremony on Saturday.
Kate and William walked with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau out of the Immigrant Services Society on Sunday.
During the Royal family's visit to the Immigrant Services Society of British Columbia New Welcome Centre on Sunday, Kate was handed flowers by a young girl.
Kate Middleton joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when the Royal family visited the Canadian Coast Guard and Vancouver First Responders Event at Kitsilano Coastguard Station.
On Sunday, Prince William greeted members of the public as the Royal family visited the Canadian Coast Guard and the Vancouver First Responders Event at Kitsilano Coastguard Station.
Kate dazzled in a scarlet Preen by Thornton Bregazzi gown at the Government of British Columbia reception.
Kate wore Canadian-designed gold earrings by Pippa Small in Bella Bella.
Arriving in Bella Bella, Kate and Wills stayed dry in the rain.
Kate stayed classy in the rain using a clear brolly to keep dry.
Kate and William were close in Bella Bella when they were welcomed by the Heiltsuk First Nations Community.
The couples attended a volleyball game at the University of British Columbia.
The Royals visited the University of British Columbia in Kelowna, and Kate wowed in a bespoke Dolce and Gabbana green dress.
Kate looked beautiful when she visited Mission Hill Winery in Kelowna.
Kate and William touch down in Whitehorse, Yukon. Kate wrapped up in a forest green Hobbs coat, carrying a Maple Leaf tartan scarf.
Kate and William looked adorable when they landed in Whitehorse, Yukon. Kate wore a green Hobbs coat and William wore a navy blazer.
Prince William greeted Canadian Rangers at Whitehorse Airport.
Kate looked casual and cool in a grey coat by Canadian designer, Sentaler.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked wonderful in Whitehorse.
During a walkabout in Carcross the Duchess looked happy and relaxed.
The couple were welcomed by cheering crowds during a walkabout around Carcross.
Kate looked lovely in Carcross wearing a grey Canadian-designed coat by Sentaler.
Kate and William looked happy walking through the streets of Carcross, Yukon.
Kate stunned in a scarlet coat by Carolina Herrera when she visited Whitehorse.
The couple enjoyed themselves when they visited the MacBride Museum of Yukon History in Whitehorse.
Prince George laughs as he catches bubbles at the children's party held at Government House.
The Duchess holds Princess Charlotte at the children's party.
Prince George blows bubbles at the children's party held for military families.
Princess Charlotte said her first word in public yesterday, "pop", as the balloons surrounded Government House.
A tender moment between Prince George and Prince William as they attend the children's party held at Government House.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George made a joint appearance at the children's party.
Prince George plays with bubbles at the children's party.
Princess Charlotte and the Duchess play with balloons at the children's party.
The royal couple meet patients at the opening of the Haida Gwaii Hospital and Care Centre.
Kate Middleton with a local at Skidegate Heritage Centre in Haida Gwaii.
The Duke and Duchess waving after receiving their gift from the residents of Haida Gwaii.
The Duke and Duchess set out on their fishing trip in Haida Gwaii.
Kate and Will pose with their catch on a fishing trip with local teenagers from Haida Gwaii to catch Coho salmon and to check a crab pot off Graham Island.
The royal couple meet patients at the opening of the Haida Gwaii Hospital and Care Centre.
The royal couple attended a welcome ceremony on the island of Haida Gwaii, wearing scarves trimmed with sea otter fur - a gift from the local people.
The Duchess of Cambridge meets children from the Cridge Centre for the Family on their final day in Canada.
Princess Charlotte says her final goodbye to Canada.
Prince George bids farewell to Canada.
The royal family wave goodbye to Canada before boarding their private jet home.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were given personalised t-shirts by BC Governor Christy Clark at Cridge Centre for the Family.
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