Drawing an end to their demanding North American tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton departed Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday afternoon (July 10).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took a motorcade to the metro airport where they posed for a few photos before being ushered aboard a British Airways aircraft.
Packing in as much as possible before the overseas travels, Will and Kate hit up three events on their final day in the United States.
After attending a reception to mark the Launch of Tusk Trust's US Patron's Circle in Santa Barbara, the royal newlyweds participated in a ceramics class during their visit to BAFTA Inner City Arts.
To close things out, William and Catherine then made their way over to The Mission Serve "Hiring Our Heroes Los Angeles" Job Fair in Culver City - where Will gave one final speech to a sizable crowd of job-seeking attendees while also joining his bride in putting together USO care packages for the children of military members.
During his speech, William graciously told the audience, "As this is my last opportunity before we leave this afternoon. I would just say, on behalf of us both, how grateful we are to have been welcomed so warmly in the Golden State and the City of Angels."
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