Princess Charlotte of Cambridge will join parents Prince William and Catherine (Kate Middleton) and brother Prince George on her first royal tour. If reports are to be believed, then the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with their children will go on a royal tour of Canada next month.
"There will be parts of the itinerary designed to include the children. The climate will be comfortable and a lot of outdoor activities will be part of the trip," a source told Us Weekly of Charlotte's first royal tour.
Apart from William, Middleton, George and Charlotte, nanny Maria, hairstylist Amanda Cook Tucker and several more members of the royals' team will be a part of the tour. The royal family, who is expected to stay in Vancouver for a week, will take a first-class commercial flight in late September.
During their week's stay, George and Charlotte will enjoy "plenty of outdoor moments and visits to endangered places of nature," a source told the entertainment portal. The Duke and Duchess are also expected to meet Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the tour.
While George has previously accompanied the Duke and Duchess on a royal tour, this will be Charlotte's first overseas tour. Interestingly, William and Kate's first official overseas tour as a married couple was in 2011 to Canada.
"The Duke and Duchess are delighted to be returning to Canada. They hold very happy memories from their visit in 2011 — their first overseas tour as a married couple. They are really looking forward to seeing other parts of this beautiful country and having the opportunity to meet many more Canadians along the way," a Kensington Palace spokesperson said.
The news of Canada tour has emerged at a time when reports suggest that William is not happy with Middleton's third pregnancy and might go on a solo tour to Dusseldorf to attend the 70th-anniversary of North Rhine-Westphalia. However, Canada tour reports can put an end to all the speculations claiming that all is not well between the royal couple.