William Kate Canadians

July 1, 2011 by Post Team 

William Kate CanadiansWilliam Kate Canadians, Canada’s Prince William wanted a happy birthday and offered his congratulations on a job well done in Afghanistan on Friday afternoon. Speaking in French and English, William took the podium in a massive celebration of Canada Day on Parliament Hill, thanking the crowd of more than 300,000 people for their warm welcome. The crowd was filled with all sorts of colors of Canada, and jammed the streets of Ottawa and in the field below the Peace Tower to greet the royal couple on day 2 of his first official visit abroad.

The prince also conveyed the greetings of “Queen of Canada,” said his grandmother has fond memories, respectful of her own visit last year.

However, he saved his warmest words of men and women of the Canadian Forces, who are in the midst of settlement its combat mission in Afghanistan, where they fought alongside British troops for almost a decade.

“This ends an episode that all Canadians can be very proud,” William said to a chorus of frantic applause.

“Our armed forces have always led the world in rallying to the defense of freedom, Vimy Ridge and Juno Beach through Korea and the Falkland Islands in the province of Kandahar, the sacrifice of Canadians has been universally revered and respected. ”

He also saluted the courage; strength and determination of Canadians Manitoba, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Alberta are working to rebuild their lives following the devastating floods in the provinces.

Prior, William and his wife Kate thanked in writing to the Canadian troops for their contributions, a statement was read aloud to a group of soldiers at Kandahar airfield.

William also said that Kate is excited to be in Canada, especially taking into account the time of her grandfather spent training in Alberta as a young pilot in the Second World War.

“Catherine and I are thrilled and excited at the prospect of the next eight days, especially being part of the Canadian family,” he said.

“It will be an adventure you will never forget.”

The royal couple arrived at the conclusion of Parliament Hill shortly after 12 pm cannon fire and the scream of jet fighters from Canada on Friday announced the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Parliament Hill, as a sea of?? Red and white well wishers greeted Prince William and Kate’s birthday party in Canada.

The crowd erupted in cheers when the landau hysterical carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rolled into view, then demanded a handshake as the royal couple during a stroll down the red carpet.

The noise and smoke from a 21-gun salute to the streets outside Parliament as the Governor General David Johnston reviewed the guard of honor, the sharp sound of the bagpipes in the background. The prince and his wife was next to the Centennial Flame, the band played the national anthem and “God Save the Queen”.

Kate was glowing with the colors of Canada – Reiss cream dress with brooch Queen Maple Leaf, and a bright red fascinating Sylvia Fletcher Lock and Co. – while William wore a sober blue with red tie.

“Kate, you’re beautiful,” shouted one spectator. “Will and Kate,” shouted others.

The brooch, on loan from the queen, a diamond brooch in the shape of a maple leaf was first used by Princess Elizabeth on her first visit to Canada in 1951 and again last year on the Day Canada.

Two Canadian CF-18 fighters screamed his head, followed by the familiar image of the Snowbirds air demonstration team as a CT-114 Tudor jets left a flower expanding contrails in the sky above Parliament Hill.

Once the guests of honor on the stand, Prime Minister Stephen Harper welcomed them warmly and urged the crowd growing to celebrate the birthday of Canada’s 144th pride in their achievements and aspirations for their future.

“I thought it was a great crowd last year, but I think this is the largest in history,” Harper smiled.

“I see a country that is confident, peaceful, prosperous, united and strong, Canada is proud of its long history and secure in his present, a Canada that accepts no limits, no boundaries and no ceiling to their great future – the best country in the world. ”

Earlier, the royal couple started the day’s events to preside over a citizenship ceremony on Canada Day, with hundreds of spectators gathered outside the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Que., and Just across the Ottawa River.

Before about 25 new Canadians took the oath of citizenship, which requires swearing allegiance to the Queen and her heirs, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said the historic nature of the occasion.

“You (the oath), for the first time in the history of Canadian citizenship in the presence of one of her heirs, we hope – in the fullness of time – become one of her successors, as the King of Canada. ”

After the oath, the new citizens took the stage at a time to get a Canadian flag Guillermo folding a flag from the hand of Kate and all the best of both.

Accepting the flag, Siddhartha Kumar, 33, said he asked where Kate was. When he said India, he said, she said she went there.

“It’s probably one of the most special days of my life so far,” said Kumar, who wore the same tunic on her wedding day.

He describes his emotions as “mixed feelings and nervousness – which is exactly the same as probably felt when I married.”

The Duke and Duchess will stay in Ottawa until Saturday, before traveling to Montreal, Quebec, Charlottetown, Yellowknife and Calgary. Leave California on July 8.

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