Will & Kate were paddle buddies as they were pictured giving it some welly canoeing in Canada! Surrounded by local “warriors” they looked to be having a great time with Kate smiling throughout the fun trip.
Kate Middleton also showed off her cowboy-style wearing R. Soles cowboy boots as she continued the Royal Tour of Canada.
As always, Kate dressed perfectly for the canoe trip to Haida Gwaii and teamed the boots with a Smythe green tweed blazer, Zara jeans and a £79 blouse from Somerset by Alice Temperley. She also accessorized the look with a headband.
After the canoe trip, William looked to be helping wife Kate out of the boat showing what a gentleman he is! See the video of Will & Kate canoeing here:
VIDEO: Will & Kate Wear Otter Fur, Paddle in a War Canoe and Fish for Salmon: THE ROYALS IN CANADA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in a remote island in Haida Gwaii, formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands, in British Columbia.
The 25ft war canoe was paddled by warrior rowers wearing T-shirts protesting against a natural gas plant. Some of the rowers in the canoe wore blue T-shirts with the words ‘No LNG’ written on them.
Kate was later pictured in Canada going fishing and catching a huge fish! Check out the pics below:
The Royal couple then fashion scarves trimmed with sea otter fur as a sign of welcome and respect by the local First Nations Haida Community.
The woven raven’s tail scarves are a sign of wealth and rank among the Haida people, who in times gone by had to travel by canoe to trade for the wool on the mainland.
Royal Trivia: The Royal Tour reportedly took six months of behind-the-scenes planning.