The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a glamorous night out on Monday as they headed to a glitzy bash in their honour at Government House in Victoria, Canada. Kate was simply dazzling in a £1000 red dress from Preen as she and Prince William mingled with 200 guests in the ballroom at the Government of British Columbia Reception.
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William and Kate attended a reception at Government House
Before the reception, they joined around 25 people, including First Nations representatives, in the drawing room for a ceremony designed to heal the wounds of conflict between indigenous people and the government.
The mother-of-two complemented her showstopping gown with the Queen’s diamond maple leaf brooch and her Miu Miu clutch. Her hair was tied in a low chignon, letting the stunning dress take centre stage.
Kate looked stunning in a red dress by Preen
It had been another jam-packed day for William and Kate as they continue their royal tour of Canada. Earlier that afternoon the couple visited the Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella, which including a traditional welcoming ceremony from First Nation Leaders as well as local youths.
The royal couple were not joined by Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the outing, leaving the little ones with their Spanish nanny Maria.
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The family arrived in Canada on Saturday afternoon, making a sweet arrival as they landed at Victoria military airport. The couple revealed their children were "super excited" about their trip on their airplane and, as they disembarked, little George was spotted looking fascinated by the different aircraft on the tarmac.
The three-year-old also shared an amusing moment with the Canadian Prime Minister Mr Trudeau who bent down to high-five George. After the little Prince shook his head, Mr Trudeau tried a low-five and then a handshake, both of which George declined.
William took part in a 'Black Rod' ceremony during the reception