Over a span of twelve days, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went on a trip through Canada and California. The couple began their trip in Canada on July 1, just in time for Canada Day. They traveled through most of the country, visiting pastry kitchens, rode in canoes, played hockey, and even planted trees. A week later, on July 8, the couple arrived in Los Angeles. They had a meeting with Hollywood studio executives as well as with some of Hollywood’s celebrities, went up the coast of California, and made sculptures with schoolchildren in Downtown Los Angeles.
The famous royal couple showed that they were up to do anything over the weekend. They were even patient when greeting fans. The trip highlighted a number of philanthropic works, such as an event to support Tusk USA, an organization that raises funds for African wildlife, Inner-City Arts, a program that helps disadvantaged and homeless children through art, and an event for military veterans where they put together care packages. The trip was a good time for the international icons. At the end of the busy weekend, William and Kate opted not to fly home on a private jet. Instead, they flew home from Los Angeles to London on a commercial flight with British Airways. However, they did fly first class, but they were amongst civilian travelers.
William and Kate on the first day of their visit to Canada:
William and Kate on their visit to California:
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