The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent Day 2 of the Royal Visit to Canada in Vancouver. They arrived on a seaplane at Vancouver Harbour, visited charities for mothers and immigrants, and met young people. The royal couple finished their day of engagements in Vancouver with a visit to a Coast Guard Station, before returning to Victoria.
The Duke and Duchess started their day at Victoria Harbour, where they boarded a Seaplane to get them to Vancouver. They first went to Sheway, which offers support to mothers and expectant mothers. They met with families and children, and were given personalised Teddy Bears for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Later, they traveled to a centre for the Immigration Service Society, and met with refugee families and children. The Duke and Duchess were joined by Prime Minister and Mrs Trudeau and unveiled a plaque. Afterwards, the attended a reception that celebrated young Canadian Leaders. Their final engagement was at the Kitsilano Coast Guard station, which they toured and went on a Hovercraft before returning to Victoria.
The Duke wore a black suit with a black tie. The Duchess of Cambridge wore an Alexander McQueen dress with the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Pearl and Diamond Earrings.