Kate Middleton stuns in scarlet at reception during Canadian Royal Tour

Kate Middleton, Prince William and children Princess Charlotte and Prince George were all attendee.

Kate and Wills usually stay away from eating publicly but made an exception for the geoduck.

Today, William and Kate fly to Kelowna, a city in the handsome Okanagan Valley, to meet with University of British Columbia students.

In Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon territory, they dictated a message transcribed by a 90-year-old former telegraph operator that read simply: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, September 2016, Whitehorse Yukon".

However, don't expect tweets about what Kate's eating for lunch or William's opinion on the football score, because, unfortunately, the couple don't have their own account.

Kate Middleton stuns in scarlet at reception during Canadian Royal Tour

"There is a slightly firmer texture to this", Kate said. "And we only see pictures, in person she'd be even smaller" and 'Too thin, her collar bones really stand out'. "Presentationally they are quite challenging", the Prince admitted, as chef Ned Ball informed him the shellfish was "getting more popular all the time". "It's so fresh from the sea".

The couple's tour saw them taste an array of dishes from some of Canada's most celebrated chefs. "Here on the west coast, we have some of the best wild, well-managed shellfish in the world", he added. See PA story ROYAL Canada.

After a visit to the MacBride Museum of Yukon History, which the Queen and Prince Philip visited in 1959, the royal couple looked picture ideal as they watched the festival attended by hundreds. Local children associated with three charities that support and celebrate children and youth will present flowers to the visitors.

Then again there's also the possibility that Kate Middleton and Prince William know that the cameras are watching them and that's why they've been making an extra effort to be as affectionate as possible with one another.

  • Salvatore Jensen