Prince William, Kate's Canada Trip: New Details!
Busy day, eh?
The latest details have just been released for day four of Prince William and Kate's Canadian excursion -- their first official tour as a married couple.
After spending June 30 through July 2 in Ottawa, Ontario, Gatineau, and Montreal, the royal newlyweds will head to Quebec City on July 3.
There, the Duke, 29, and Duchess, 29, will visit Maison Dauphin, an organization that works with homeless youths in Quebec City. The group's mission ties in closely with William's Patronage of Centrepoint, a homelessness charity, back home in the United Kingdom.
Later that day, the couple will attend a community event at Fort-de-Levis to mark three of the region's important milestones: the 375th anniversary of the Lauzon "seigneurie", the 150th anniversary of the founding of Levis, and the 10th anniversary of the new City of Levis.
William and Kate are taking the trip "in hopes that, upon their departure, they will come to regard Canada as their second home -- a term of endearment often used by The Queen to describe her special bond of affection for and pride in this country," says a rep from the Department of Canadian Heritage.
"[The tour] will be a double act, but there will be occasions when the couple will separate, such as walkabouts," press secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton says.
To stay looking gorgeous, Duchess Kate is rumored to be packing 40 outfits for her North American trip. A source tells Us Weekly that she also plans to bring her hairstylist James Pryce along for the ride. (Pryce did Kate's wedding-day hair.)
The source adds that "the couple will also be bringing an administrative assistant." In all, the couple will roll with an entourage of seven.