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Kate wears Whistles pieces to the Inner-City Arts Project, LA

During William and Kate's Royal Tour of Canada and the USA, the royal couple paid a visit to the Inner-City Arts Project in downtown Los Angeles.  The project is an "oasis" where children can learn art, photography, music, dance and more. During the visit, William and Kate watched the children preform, plus they indulged in a spot of … [Read more...]

Kate lands in LA wearing Roksanda Ilincic & Jimmy Choo

As part of the royal tour of North America, William and Kate visited Los Angeles.  The couple arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday July 8th 2011, and were met by British Ambassador Sir Nigel Sheinwald, California Gov. Jerry Brown and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Kate was presented with a posy of red, white and blue … [Read more...]

Kate wears red Catherine Walker coat-dress for final day in Canada

On her final day in Canada, Duchess Kate attended a reception hosted by the Alberta Government at the ENMAX Conservatory at the Calgary Zoo before leaving the country and heading to the USA. Here's a video of the couple, uploaded by the Calgary Zoo: http://youtu.be/hj0Dkh9RfDA Before departing, the Duke and Duchess took part in … [Read more...]

Kate attends the Calgary Stampede in white Alice by Temperley blouse

In July 2011, William and Kate concluded their tour of Canada with a visit to the famous Calgary Stampede Parade.  The Parade's website states that this year was the “99th Incarnation of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.”  The Royal Couple were guests of honour and were asked to kick off the festivities by pressing the plunger: Kate's … [Read more...]

Kate wears cream Sarah Burton dress in Charlottetown

On day five of the North American tour in 2011, Kate and William visited Charlottetown, the capital city of Prince of Edward Island. The city is known as the “Birthplace of Confederation” after the historic 1864 Charlottetown Conference which led to Confederation. The royal couple began their tour of the city with a stop at Province … [Read more...]

Kate Middleton visits Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

On July 3rd 2011, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.  Prior to this, the couple had spent much of the day visiting Montreal.  You can read all about that by by clicking here. Kate had changed out of the blue Erdem dress she'd worn earlier in the day, and into a champagne coloured dress by … [Read more...]

Kate’s in Erdem Jacquenta dress for Montreal visit

On June 3rd 2011, William and Kate embarked upon the fourth day of their North American tour. The royal couple kicked off the day's events by attending an inter-faith prayer service aboard HMCS Montreal. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also took part in the Freedom of the City Ceremony at city hall along with Quebec Premier Jean … [Read more...]

Kate looks great in grey Catherine Walker Buxton dress in Ottawa and Montreal

During day three of William and Kate's north American tour, the royal duo concluded their visit to Ottawa by planting a tree at Rideu Hall. Visitors have been planting tress at Rideu Hall for over 100 years.  William's parents even planted a tree in grounds on his first birthday. Next, the royal pair headed over to the Canadian War … [Read more...]

Catherine celebrates Canada Day in red and cream

On July 1st 2011, during their Royal Tour of North America, Catherine and William celebrated Canada Day with a full programme of events. The royal duo celebrated the national holiday at Parliament Hill, Ottawa. The Duke and Duchess kicked off the celebrations by attending a citizenship ceremony at the Canadian Museum of Civilisation. … [Read more...]

It’s Erdem for Kate as she lands in Ottawa, Canada

On June 30th 2011, Their Royal Highnesses Catherine and William landed in Ottawa, Canada for the first leg of their North American tour. The newlywed couple visited Canada together for the first time. After landing in Ottawa, the royal couple took park in a walkabout, meeting and speaking with local Canadians. The crowds turned out … [Read more...]

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