Prince George and Princess Charlotte may join Cambridges on Canada trip

Last Updated: November 14, 2016

Prince George and his young sister Princess Charlotte may join their parents in the forthcoming visit to Canada. A final decision is not made yet by parents, but if so, for young royals it’ll be the first official trip.  

Prince George with the sister may visit Canada with their parents Kate and William, it will be the first Cambridges’ official tour abroad as a family-of-four. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their honeymoon tour of Canada in 2011, so being there again with kids is a great idea.

Three-year-old George is experienced traveller in comparison with his sister: Prince accompanied Kate and William to Australia and New Zealand at the age of nine months. Last night, Kensington Palace refused to comment the details about kids’ joining in the forthcoming visit to Canada.

Justin Trudeau invited Cambridges to visit Canada

Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, invited royal family to visit his country and to shoe how the nation is going to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2017. Cambridges are planning to tour British Columbia and Yukon in September.

Kensington Palace didn’t inform on the specific details and dates of Canadian trip, but it should be the great tour as family-of-four. By the way, Mr Trudeau’s family, like the Cambridges, is young and glamorous.

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