After spending the night sailing along the scenic St. Lawrence Seaway aboard a Canadian navy frigate, Prince William and Kate Middleton made their grand arrival in Quebec City on Sunday (July 3).
First partaking in an interfaith prayer service on the deck of the HMCS Montreal, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proceeded to disembark the sea vessel while once again facing French-speaking separatist protests as they spoke briefly with Grand Chef (Grand Chief) of Wendake, Konrad Sioui.
From there, William and Kate were taken to meet with residents of La Maison Dauphine, a center that helps homeless youths, which was to be followed by a military ceremony and the 375th-year celebration of the city of Levis.
Once finished up with the Quebec City duties, the royal newlyweds will be heading to Prince Edward Island - which happens to be the locale in which Miss Middleton's favorite childhood book, "Anne of Green Gables," is based.
Meanwhile, Prince William is said to be looking forward to the July 4th stop thanks to plans to partake in a search and rescue demonstration.
Enjoy the pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Quebec (July 3).
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