Prince William and family invited to visit Canda

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been invited to visit Canada with their children.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent a letter to the royals, asking them to consider an official trip to Canada with their young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Andrée-Lyne Halle, a press secretary for the Prime Minister’s Office said: “A letter of invitation was sent to their royal highnesses.
“The PM has invited them to come to Canada whenever their schedule permits it [but] there are no confirmed dates for the moment.”
Prince William and Duchess Catherine previously enjoyed a nine-day tour of Canada in 2011, not long after their wedding.
They visited seven cities and five provinces and included a stop in Ottawa to mark Canada Day on Parliament Hill.
However, the couple have not made a trip to Canada since becoming parents to George, two and Charlotte, 14 months.
The couple enjoyed an official excursion to India and Bhutan in April and before their visit it was revealed that they had planned to use Skype to keep in touch with their kids, who remained at home with their nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo.
Sarah Dixon, a maternity nurse who has worked with friends of the couple, said at the time: “They will keep in touch with Skype, and I’m sure Maria will do a diary for them while they are away with pictures and photos, any moments they might have missed. She will know that while they are away, the parents need extra reassurance.”