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Royal Visit 2016: Duke And Duchess Have All The Time In The World For Canadian Kids

And we have the photos to prove it.

It’s no surprise that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge love kids. After all, they’re parents themselves to three-year-old Prince George and one-year-old Princess Charlotte.

But now that the couple is on their royal tour of Canada, they’ve proven just how much children mean to them.

So far, while visiting communities in British Columbia and the Yukon, Prince William and Kate Middleton have taken time to visit charities that support families such as Vancouver's Sheway, watch First Nations girls of the Heiltsuk community perform a traditional dance and read stories to children at Whitehorse’s McBride Museum.

During their tour, the couple has also shared some pretty adorable moments with the kids they have met. Just take a look at this candid snap of Prince William happily greeting a wee fan in the Yukon on Wednesday.

The Duke and Duchess have certainly proved that they love Canadian kids. Here, we’ve rounded up the cutest photos with children from their royal tour so far.

Duke And Duchess Really Love Canadian Kids
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