Royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton are scheduled for an official trip to Canada with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Though this is the second time for the royal couple to visit the country, this is the very first for them to take their two kids to Canada.
This young royal family is set to have their Canadian tour for eight days starting Sep. 24. Kensington Palace confirmed that the tour will be informal though some itineraries include formal meetings and occasions. Kate is said to travel without her tiaras.
The trip is expected to include a handful of outdoor events, especially fishing in Haida, Gwaii in northern British Columbia.
There will be a lot of outdoor activities and face to face interactions with the people during their visit as told by the couple's spokesperson
The trip is said to take 12 people in the entourage. This includes a tour secretary, a personal assistant, an operations manager, four communications staff, and three private secretaries. Amanda Tucker, Kate's hairdresser and nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo are also going with them.
On a briefing on Monday at Buckingham Palace, another spokesman gives the real reason why Prince William and Princess Kate decided to take their young kids to this trip.
"This is a great opportunity for them to introduce their children to a major realm before things like school start to make these things difficult later on," the spokesman continued.
"They really enjoyed taking Prince George to New Zealand and Australia and are delighted to have this opportunity to introduce them to Canada."
This is truly a great experience for the royal family especially to the 16-month old Princess Charlotte and the three-year-old Prince George.