Saturday, July 2, 2011

Prince William and Kate Middleton: Seduction their operation in Canada

Prince William and Kate Middleton have flown to Canada last Thursday (June 30) for a nine-day visit in this country, their first official visit abroad since their marriage, which occurred in April. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge landed at Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Ottawa, Canada's capital, located in the province of Ontario.

They were greeted by dignitaries including the Mayor of Ottawa. The couple then went to the memorial of the war had opened George VI, the great-grandfather of William, where he and his wife laid a wreath of flowers. Prince William and Kate Middleton were then received by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Governor General David Johnston during a ceremony at Rideau Hall.

After a speech, the prince and his wife were invited to a garden party attended by young Canadians, they were able to taste local dishes. The newlyweds celebrated Friday the 1st Canada Day on Parliament Hill. Saturday morning the royal couple planted a tree, eastern hemlock in the courtyard of the Governor General's residence, Rideau Hall, as was done in the past many foreign dignitaries.

After a visit to the War Museum, Kate and William have taken the lead in Montreal and Quebec City for a visit of two days (Saturday and Sunday). Program: Visit to a hospital, the Institute of Tourism and Hotels in Quebec, and the Town Hall. Then they continue on to Charlottetown and Summerside on Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island, in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and Calgary in Alberta, all this until July 8.

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