Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Prince William and Kate Middleton have charmed Quebecers

As provided in their agenda, Prince William and Kate Middleton were visiting Montreal and Quebec City last weekend. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left the Canadian capital, Ottawa, Saturday (July 2) to get to Montreal. They first visited the Sainte-Justine Hospital, where they met some patients and their families.

They also attended a workshop at the Culinary Institute of Tourism and Hotels in Quebec, before leaving the city of Montreal to Quebec aboard the HMCS Montreal. Sunday, July 3, the royal couple made a stop at the Maison Dauphine, an institution that deals with troubled youth, before attending a public ceremony at City Hall of Quebec.

Then they crossed the bridge to get to Levis, where they participated again at a public event in celebration of the 375th anniversary of the Lordship Lauzon, the 150th anniversary of the founding of Lévis and the 10th anniversary of the new city of Lévis. Overall, Prince William and Kate Middleton have made very good impression among Quebecers during their visit to Montreal and Quebec City.

Their visit has been just a slight hitch due to the presence of 200 anti-monarchists mobilized by the Resistance Network of Quebecers, who chanted "William liberates! "And" Down with monarchy "on arrival at the hotel in Quebec City ... but the couple was not concerned by a police present! After two days in the French-speaking province of Canada, the couple headed to the Island of Prince Edward Island before visiting the Northwest Territories and Alberta.

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