Showing off quite the different look, Prince William and Kate Middleton were in attendance for a rodeo demonstration at a Government Reception at the BMO Centre in Calgary on Thursday (July 7).
Looking like two natural cowboys while clad in traditional white stetsons, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived on a horse drawn carriage for the Calgary Stampede's chuckwagon race - during which a camp stove was thrown into a chuckwagon.
After getting a little rest, the royal newlyweds will be back in action on Friday (July 8) as they appear at the annual Stampede parade to help open the rodeo.
Once finished up, it's off to Los Angeles to promote British trade while being welcomed at a reception at the British consul-general's residence in the Hancock Park neighborhood.
Set to stay in Tinseltown until July 10th, Will and Kate will then conclude their North American trek and return back home to England.
Enjoy the pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Royal Reception for the Calgary Stampede (July 7).