Duchess Kate and Price William are getting the royal - or rather presidential - treatment. Though they’ll be away from Prince George and Princess Charlotte on Tuesday evening, the British royals will be dining and enjoying the amenities of the Coast High Country Inn’s presidential suite tonight.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to the Yukon territory on Tuesday marks the only night of their eight-day royal tour of Canada that they will spend apart from their young children.
Upon the couple’s arrival to the Downtown Whitehorse hotel, William and Kate, who began the fourth day of their tour in Kelowna, British Columbia, will be greeted by a 40-foot-tall wooden Mountie before retreating to their newly-renovated suite.
The royals’ room, which features a Jacuzzi, costs around £110 per night during the off-season and £130 during the summer months. Sources revealed that the royals are "delighted" with the accommodation.
Leading up to their arrival, HELLO! has learned that the hotel’s executive chef will be preparing a “light meal” for the royal visitors, on Tuesday night, in addition to breakfast and lunch on Wednesday.
During their stay, the parents-of-two will dine on dishes made from healthy local ingredients including sockeye salmon and greens. While William and Kate enjoy a quiet getaway together in the Yukon, Charlotte and George will be back at the family’s home base in Victoria in the care of their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
Stay tuned to HELLO! Online for the best and most comprehensive coverage as our royal reporter Emily Nash joins the Cambridge family on this historic tour.