Every Photo You Need to See of the Royal Family in Canada This Weekend
They've arrived! A coordinated Prince William, Prince George, Princess Kate and Princess Charlotte touch down in Victoria, Canada, on Saturday, day one of their week-long trip to the nation.
Before deplaning, Princess Charlotte sneaks a peek at the media waiting for her on the tarmac. Though big brother George has joined Mom and Dad on official visits before, this is Charlotte's first trip as a Princess.
Two minutes in and George – in his signature side part and knee socks – is already charming photographers.
George and Charlotte's role on this trip will be limited, though expect to see them again at a children's party for military families on Thursday.
Prince William greets Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie. (Prince George, however, wasn't so sure what to make of the dignitary's high-five attempt.)
After getting settled, Will and Kate join the Trudeaus for an official welcome ceremony at the British Columbia Legislature.
Kate's day one outfit: a royal blue Jenny Packham suit with a matching hat and Queen Elizabeth II's diamond maple leaf brooch.
Day two sees the royals off Vancouver to meet with dignitaries from the city before moving on to a series of engagements.
Kate's outfit of the day: a red-and-white Alexander McQueen dress (a nod to Canada's colors, perhaps?) with bright red heels and a matching clutch.
The couple travels to Vancouver – about 70 miles north of their "home base" of Victoria – by sea plane.
The first stop in Vancouver is Sheway, a pregnancy outreach program that provides support to pregnant women and women with infants under 18 months who are dealing with drug and alcohol issues. (One baby was so excited to meet the royal pair that he had a diaper explosion just before Will and Kate's arrival, to which Will joked, "Oh, they always have the best timing, don't they?" the infant's mother recalled.)
Following the Sheway trip, the pair sits down at Immigrant Services Society, a charity that provides targeted programs for refugees as well as immigrants. While there, they met with Syrian refugees who were relocated through the UNHCR, the United Nations' refugee agency.
But wait, there's more! The royals link back up with the Trudeaus to meet a handful of Canada's Olympic athletes during a reception honoring some of the country's most influential young people.
At the last stop of the day, the Canadian Coast Guard and Vancouver First Responders event at the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vanier Park, the couple receives personalized life vests for George and Charlotte.
Some of the lucky honorees score a snap with Kate.
With the day's events behind them, Will and Kate (with the Trudeaus) prepare to head back to Victoria – by hovercraft!