Prince William & Kate Continue To Impress Canada

By Amber GoodhandRadar Staff Reporter

Making their way across Canada, Prince William and Kate continue to impress.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed at the Somba K’e Civic Center in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, on Tuesday and has the photos.

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The Prince dazzled fans who were there to catch a glimpse of the Royal newlyweds when he spoke in two aboriginal languages to the crowd.

William ended his speech with “Mahsi Cho” and “Quyanainni,” which translates to “thank you” in Dene and Inuvialuktun, which are native to the territory and Yellowknife.

PHOTOS: Prince William & Kate Hug After Boat Race

Both Kate and William were presented with Team Canada hockey jerseys, sporting the numbers 1 and 2 respectively.

The Royals are nearing the end of their tour in Canada and will enter the United States on Friday when they land in Los Angeles, Calif. and will mingle with the stars.


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