Royal couple will bring their children; Victoria highlights include unveiling plaque for Afghanistan veterans, children’s party at Government House
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will bring their children with them for when they arrive in Victoria later this month for a tour of BC and the Yukon.
A detailed itinerary of the planned visit, which begins September 24th when the family lands at Victoria International Airport, was released by Kensington Palace Monday morning.
Highlights in Victoria include unveiling a plaque paying tributes to veterans of Canada’s involvement in Afghanistan at the cenotaph on the BC Legislature grounds on the 24th.
The couple, with Princess Charlotte and Prince George, will then travel to Vancouver and Bella Bella before returning to Victoria for a reception hosted by the province on the 26th.
The family will then leave again for a few days in Kelowna and then the Yukon, coming back to Victoria on the 29th, when they will host a children’s party at Government House.
The next day sees them fly to Haida Gwaii, returning for one last day in Victoria October 1st, which will include a visit to the Cridge Centre for the Family, and a short sailing trip on a tall ship operated by the Sea and Life Training Society before the Duke, Duchess and children fly out from Victoria’s inner harbour seaplane terminal.