Coat by Sentaler, a Canadian brand, and earrings by another Canadian designer Shelley Macdonald for Carcross
Le prince William et Kate Middleton, duc et duchesse de Cambridge, sont allés découvrir le parcours de mountain bike de Carcross, dans le Territoire du Yukon, le 28 septembre 2016, au cinquième jour de leur tournée royale au Canada.
TheRoyalHamster admires Carcross from his hamster wheel. *figures a few laps burn as many calories as mountain climbing*
The community is located on the renowned Klondike Highway, and the scenery was spectacular. 9-28-16
Emily Andrews on Twitter: "Kate helps William with his paint brush on the totem pole in Carcross #RoyalVisitCanada
When the couple arrived to the breathtaking town of Carcross Commons on the famous Klondike Highway, they were welcomed by the First Nation People. The engagement allowed the Duke and Duchess to learn about the importance of mountain biking after watching a demonstration on Montana Mountain. 'The Single Track to Success (S2S) project on Montana Mountain not only builds world class trails, it provides life changing experiences to local youth and contributes to tourism in the area.'
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Kate has changed into casual style for the mountain biking exhibition, pic via Rebecca English & Rhiannon Mills, Sky TV. Fro Roya Nikkhah: Kate is wearing a coat by Canadian designer Sentaler and earrings by Yukon jewellery designer Shelley Macdonald.
Carcross Commons, pictured, is home to fewer than 300 people. The Queen and Prince Philip visited the town in 1959