The Royal Visit 2016 is almost coming to an end and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are having some family time with their children today.
In a rare public sighting, Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended a children’s party in Victoria B.C. today, on the grounds of Government House where they are staying. This was their first official public engagement together.
On the guest list for the party were 24 local military families from The Esquimalt Military Family Resource Centre, with 24 children, who have loved ones deployed on land, sea and air missions. All of the children are under five years old.
On Tuesday, the children went to Beacon Hill Children’s Farm and they had fun petting some goats. The farm originally posted about the visit on their Facebook page but then removed it. Staff were also told they could not take any pictures.
The children also visited Willow’s Beach, which is a popular spot for families in Victoria.
Their parents had a busy day in the Yukon on Wednesday, checking out the MacBride Museum, meeting young people who are taking part in an arts and culture festival and watching a mountain biking demonstration at Montana Mountain.
WATCH: Prince William and Kate made a stop in the Yukon for day five of their royal tour. But as Nadia Stewart reports, their children stole the spot light after they headed out for an adventure in Victoria.