Follow us on Twitter!!!!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

William and Kate Take a Walk on the Wild Side as They Visit the Beautiful and Remote Canadian Provence of Yukon

Caption: Don't look down! Keeping on hand on the train, Kate looks a little uncertain as she leads William along the edge of the tracks

Caption: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also visited a telegraph office that the Queen and Prince Philip visited in 1959 

One foot wrong and they could have been sent tumbling into the freezing water.

But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked fearless as they balanced precariously on the edge of a railway line, looking down at a river several feet below.

After touring a steam train, the couple climbed down from the cab while it was stationed on a bridge on the White Pass and Yukon Route railway, at Carcross, Canada.

Kate was left facing outwards towards a drop but quickly regained her composure and sidestepped towards solid ground, her husband following close behind.

The royals made the spur-of-the-moment decision after being told the Queen and Prince Philip had travelled on the train when they visited the region in 1959.

But while they appeared to revel in the adventure, it left their aides momentarily panic-stricken. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

The FTC requires the following disclosure statement regarding ads: This [blog] post contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and make a purchase

Like the blog? Sign up for our daily email and don't miss a thing from About William and Kate!