Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada- Day 5

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their Royal Visit to Canada in Yukon on September 28th. They visited the MacBride museum, attended a Healing Totem ceremony, received a traditional First nations welcome, and saw a mountain biking demonstration before returning back to Victoria.

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Their first engagement was at the MacBride museum of Yukon History, where they learned about Yukon’s history and traditions. The Duke and Duchess also listened to storytelling with children and sent the Museum’s first ever Telegraph to Twitter. They were greeted by a large crowd outside the museum.

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The Duke and Duchess then moved on to the Carcross Commons and Montana Mountain where they were welcomed with traditional music, dancing, and speeches. After listening about the traditional Inland Tlingit and Tagish totem project, they got to paint the eye of a Totem Pole. The Duke & Duchess moved on to the Upper Montana Mountain to watch the Boréale Warriors & S2S mountain bikers practice, where they also sidestepped along a railway track alongside a beautiful steam train.

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The Duke wore a navy blazer over a blue jumper and trousers. The Duchess wore a red Carolina Herrera coat with her Kiki McDonough pearl drop earrings. She later changed into a grey coat by Sentaler and jeans. The Duke wore a blue sweatshirt and trousers.

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For more information, check out:

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