Prince William and Kate have a long romance ahead of them if their latest gesture is anything to go by.
The happy couple planted a tree during their Canadian tour which serves as an enduring symbol of their love -- for the next 800 years! -- and RadarOnline.com has the pictures.
The British royals planted the Eastern Hemlock at Rideau Hall in Ottawa where 120 other commemorative trees grace the grounds.
They both proved they weren't afraid to get their hands dirty though as they shoveled soil onto the saplings to leave a lasting memento of their visit.
The couple took a few emotional moments at a Pin Oak tree planted by William's parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1983.
William and Kate then headed to the Canadian War Museum where they greeted nearly 1,500 veterans, volunteers and supporters.