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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour in Canada in numbers

Sharnaz Shahid

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially concluded their successful tour of Canada on Saturday, a week-long trip which saw them travel across British Columbia and Yukon with Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow.

And to relive the royal family's official engagements again, HELLO! Online has accumulated some of the biggest moments in numbers.

The royals and their 12-strong entourage, including Kate's £300 a day hairdresser, managed to squeeze 32 engagements into a tight eight-day schedule.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially concluded their successful tour of Canada on Saturday

After a brief stop at Government House in Victoria, an estimated number of 25,000 well-wishers headed to British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings to greet Prince William and Kate.

They then made appearances at the Shelway charity, the Immigration Services Society of British Columbia and the world's largest temperate rainforest, the Great Bear Rainforest (400km).

The royal also couple paid a visit to the MacBride Museum of Yukon History, which the Queen and Prince Philip visited in 1959.

But ever the fashion icon and as one of the world's most photographed women, it's hardly surprising Kate dazzled crowds as she showed off her unique style in an array of high-end designer gear.


 Kate, 34, made at least 14 outfit changes, rocking five different dresses, eight coats and at least ten pairs of shoes

With her wardrobe totalling up to a grand £62,000 (if bought brand new), the 34-year-old certainly looked glamourous having put her trust into renowned fashion labels such as Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham, Zara, Whistles and Dolce and Gabbana.

She made at least 14 outfit changes, rocking five different dresses, eight coats and jackets, and at least ten different pairs of shoes - including her £450 Penelope Chivers boots.

Meanwhile, George and Charlotte - who made three appearances, including one official royal engagement at a children's party - were dressed in the likes of Pepa & Co, Amaia and Spanish brand Neck & Neck.


George and Charlotte made three appearances, including one official royal engagement at a children's party

Prince William and Kate also made trips from Victoria to Vancouver via seaplane, believed to be the fastest way to travel (totting up to around 70 miles) - and they also enjoyed a ride on the Kitsilano Coastguard Station's hovercraft.

It has been 33 years since William's parents Prince Charles and Diana visited Canada, when they were the guests of Trudeau's father, Pierre, the then Canadian Prime Minister.

This trip also marked five months since the last royal tour which saw the couple visit India and Bhutan in April.