The royal parents are visiting Haida Gwaii off British Columbia

By Michelle Tauber
Updated September 30, 2016 04:20 PM
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The Cambridges’ Canadian Cuteness tour rolls on – this time, in a canoe!

On Friday, Prince William and Princess Kate‘s last full day of their week-long tour of Canada, the royal couple stepped out on Haida Gwaii, an archipelago on the north coast of British Columbia, for a canoe trip to the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum.

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After yesterday’s big day of royal fun, Prince George and Princess Charlotte stayed behind while their parents were greeted by drummers and Haida warrior paddlers for the canoe ride to the heritage center.

Kate sported a casual look in a dark green blazer by Smythe, white ruffled top, matching skinny jeans and her favorite cowboy boots. She topped off her stylish look with one of her go-to hair accessories: a headband!

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After a welcome by members of the First Nations and performance of traditional prayer, song and dance, William and Kate were expected to tour the area before heading to the new Haida Gwaii Hospital. Later on Friday, they are scheduled to take a boat ride on the Highlander Ranger during an expedition promoting youth fishing.

Tomorrow is the family’s final day in Canada. Saturday morning they are set to take a brief tour over Vancouver Island before flying back to London on a Canadian air force plane.