July 1, 2011 by Post Team
Duchess Catherine, Prince William and Catherine Duchess celebrate Canada Day. The Duchess was dressed in the colors of Canada for the birthday of the country.
Catherine wore a hat with a red maple leaf by Sylvia Fletcher and a cream wrap dress by Reiss. The leaflets gave details of dress and cleavage bearing on the collarbone, according to Us Weekly. He also wore red heels and clutch for the use of snap queen maple leaf. Meanwhile, her husband, Prince William, wearing a navy blue suit and maroon tie.
According to the Seattle PI, the royal couple, which arrived in Ottawa on Thursday afternoon, began on Canada Day with a visit to the Canadian Museum of Civilization citizenship ceremony on Canada Day.
Among the excited cheers of supporters, William and Catherine saw 25 people from 14 countries to become Canadian citizens. The couple had an obligation to provide Canadian flags to new citizens and then attended a ceremony for new citizens and their families.
Queen Elizabeth II is head of state in Canada, according to the website, and the case was surrounded by some of the protesters who “oppose requiring Canadian citizens to swear allegiance to the Queen.” The protests did not prevent the actual event. The love and admiration for the Duke and Duchess eclipsed protests.
Canada Day Celebrations will continue throughout the day on Friday, where William is expected to speak.
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