The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are in Canada in what has become the first official family trip abroad. The royal couple has flown to North America accompanied by their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who quickly became the stars of the tour hogging all eyes in each of their appearances. But The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided to enjoy a night without children, and for this, they chose to stay in the presidential suite at the Coast High Country Inn.
For the only day the couple will spend away from their children during the eight days of their official trip to Canada, last September 27 they visited the Yukon Territory and chose to spend the night at a hotel located in the small town of Whitehorse. The room where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge settled had just been remodeled and features a fireplace and jacuzzi. According to some source,the couple was "delighted" with the accommodation, which is priced at US$190 per night during the low season and US$220 during the summer months.
In the days before their arrival, HELLO! learned that the chef of the establishment was preparing a "light meal" for the royal visitors, plus breakfast and lunch on Wednesday. During their stay, the young parents will taste dishes made with healthy ingredients, including sockeye, typical Northwest and Pacific coast, and green vegetables.
While Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge enjoy a romantic getaway in Yukon, George and Charlotte will stay in Victoria princes in the care of their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.