Saturday, 2 July 2011

William and Kate say goodbye to Ottawa as they arrive in Montreal

I think we will all agree, William and Kate's three day visit to Ottawa, Canada was simply spectacular. The couple were welcomed with open arms and threw themselves into each engagement. From celebrating Canada day to saying goodbye to Ottawa by meeting with veterans. Hundreds waited outside (I'm surprised there wasn't a bigger turnout for the couple on their final Ottawa engagement) cheered the royal couple on as they were met by Heritage minister James Moore outside the Canada War Museum.

Kate, still wearing her Catherine Walker dove grey dress met with several generations of veterans. The couple unveiled a black curtain to reveal a towering military mural by artist, Augsutus John.

The couple then left Ottawa and have just arrived at the Elliot Trudeau airport in Montreal Quebec.

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