Caption: The mother-of-two accepted flowers from the crowds
It was a rainy, misty morning on the west coast but the couple were still able to enjoy scenic views of the coast, islands, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca before their plane touched down in Coal Harbour.
"We are delighted to share this quintessential west coast experience with the royal couple," Randy Wright, executive vice president of Harbour Air, said.
For William and Kate it was the easiest, the quickest and the most spectacular way of making the journey from Victoria, the capital of British Columbia which lies 70 miles across the Georgia Strait on Vancouver Island. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
Caption: Duchess of Cambridge and William left the Charlotte and George to sleep
After their brief meeting the Duke and Duchess joined Prime Minister Trudeau and his wife Sophie in the plant-filled Atrium of the grand mansion.
After posing for the cameras, Mr Trudeau told William and Kate it had been a "busy day", saying of the photocall: "Let's just get this over with!"
Turning to the media, he said: "What a pleasure to be able to welcome Their Royal Highnesses back to Canada - a great opportunity to share the warmth and particularities of the West. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.