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William and Kate jet off on Canada trip

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge start their first official tour together, in Canada.
The Canadian prime minister welcomed Prince William, who replied in the country's languages - French and English - to say they had been looking forward to the visit for a long, long time.
The Duke of Cambridge has his photo taken during his trip to Ottawa, Canada
The royal couple even have a specially-made flag for their tour, created to celebrate their visit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's flag on a car as they visit the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, on the first day of their visit
Although it's a long way away, the UK and Canada have strong links. Canada is a member of the Commonwealth and Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William's grandmother, is its head of state.
Woman wearing a hat with a Union Jack on it
Loads of well-wishers turned out to get a glimpse of the royals - and it looks like they're getting some photos too!
The Duchess of Cambridge with crowds in Canada
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Canada's national war memorial. William laid a wreath and Catherine placed a bouquet of flowers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the national war memorial in Canada
As part of his welcoming ceremony, the Duke of Cambridge inspected the honour guard. Wonder if he's getting tips on keeping his RAF uniform looking good?
The Duke of Cambridge inspects the honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony in Ottawa, Canada
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit seven Canadian cities on their nine-day trip, before heading to America.
The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge on their first trip to Ottawa, Canada
Their wedding's over, they've had their honeymoon and now William and Kate have landed in Canada for their first official trip together.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate, walk down the stairs of their aircraft upon their arrival in Ottawa, Canada