Gorgeous in green! Kate delights in £2,000 Dolce & Gabbana dress as she and William arrive in Canadian town that Charles and Diana visited 30 years ago
- William and Kate left Victoria for Kelowna, in western Canada, following in Charles and Diana's footsteps
- They flew to the city in the Okanagan Valley on the fourth day of their royal tour of the country
- Later the couple will enjoy local delicacies at a special tasting event at one of the world's best wineries
- The duke and duchess will later fly to Whitehorse in the Yukon, where they will spend the night
- Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one, remain at the family's base in Victoria with their nanny
The couple were greeted by crowds of well-wishers as they stepped off the plane in the city, in the beautiful Okanagan Valley, British Columbia.
William and Kate are the first royals to visit Kelowna since Prince Charles and Princess Diana 30 years ago. Prince George, three, and 16-month-old Princess Charlotte are with their nanny in Victoria, the family's base for the tour.
The couple will visit a university campus before tasting local delicacies at a special food fair. Later they will fly to Whitehorse in the Yukon, where they will stay the night.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she stepped off the plane in Kelowna, western Canada, on Tuesday
William and Kate step off the plane in Kelowna, British Columbia, on Tuesday as they continue their royal tour of Canada
The Cambridges are the first royals to visit Kelowna since Prince Charles and Princess Diana 30 years ago, pictured right
The couple beamed as they were shown around the University of British Columbia's campus in the city
The duchess paired her knee-length green dress with a pair of nude heels and a matching clutch
The duke and duchess received gifts from local children during a welcome ceremony at the university campus
The campus in Kelowna, home to 8,000 students, opened a decade ago and the royal couple helped students and staff celebrate its 10th anniversary.
They were touring part of the campus before watching an exhibition match involving the campus' nationally ranked women's volleyball team.
They were also due to meet young people learning about potential careers in food and agriculture.
Among the chefs creating edible masterpieces will be Vancouver-based David Hawksworth, who is widely regarded as one of Canada’s premiere chefs.
The royal visitors waved to waiting well-wishers after stepping off the flight in Kelowna, in British Columbia
People waved and cheered as the couple toured the university campus on Tuesday, the fourth day of their royal tour
Young girls hold up signs welcoming the couple to the city, where Prince Charles and Princess Diana visited in 1986
He is making a mouth-watering dish of yuzu compressed watermelon with fresh Dungeness crab paired with black lime sorbet, crispy rice and mint.
The chef told Global News he feels confident in his choices since the royal couple are well-travelled - and it’s not the first time he’s cooked for royalty.
Mr Hawksworth told the television network that he had cooked for William's grandmother, the Queen, several times because she had a stable not too far from where he worked in the UK.
'So I’m a little bit accustomed for what they like,' he said.
The visit to the winery will come after an engagement at the Okanagan University in Kelowna where William and Kate will meet students and watch an exhibition volleyball match.
Later they will fly to Whitehorse in the Yukon, where they will stay the night - away from their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte , who will remain in their base of Victoria - for two days of engagements.
The couple are almost mid-way through their eight-day tour of Canada on behalf of the Queen.