Look of the Day: Kate Middleton Sports Stylish Canadian Blazer
The royal couple arrived by canoe to the beautiful Haida Gwaii, an archipelago on the North Coast of British Columbia.
After a busy day with the kids yesterday, Prince William and Kate Middleton left Prince George and Princess Charlotte behind for a canoeing excursion to the stunning Haida Gwaii to meet with members of the Haida nation.
The sporty Duchess of Cambridge wore a coat (once again) by Canadian brand Smythe Jackets, jeans from Zara and a blouse from Somerset by Temperley London.
The couple were warmly received.
“We want to introduce them to our community, our culture, our way of life the best we can in their short visit,” Gaagwiis Jason Alsop, an elected representative with the Council of the Haida Nation told CBC. “Also to really have the Duke and Duchess see us as their contemporaries and understand a little bit more of what Haida life is like and some of the challenges that we face as Indigenous people here in Canada.”
Since the Haida never signed a treaty with Great Britain, they view themselves as a separate nation from both the Canadian government and the monarchy.