Earlier in the day, William and Kate, both 34, revisited their school days when they toured the University of British Columbia Okanagan and watched an exhibition game by the university’s women’s volleyball team.
Kate, who stood out in a $2,600 emerald Dolce & Gabbana dress, and William, dressed in slacks and a blazer, were gifted their own customized volleyball jerseys and teddy bears for their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The royals also visited a winery in Kelowna, where they sampled the region’s finest wines and signature dishes.
“It’s quite unusual,” Kate said while sampling one delicacy. “I’ve never seen it before.”
William and Kate's busy day Tuesday also included a stop at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Center in Yukon, where they took in a show.
William later told the young performers, "That was one of the best shows I've ever seen. You should be very proud."
William and Kate have so far kept up with their demanding schedule of engagements in Canada on their own while Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 16 months, have stayed in Victoria with their nanny, Maria Teresa Borallo. George and Charlotte were seen when the family landed in Victoria on Saturday.
This morning, William and Kate will greet the residents of Whitehorse at a colorful street party. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will later make their way along the spectacular Klondike Highway to Carcross, a small town of less than 300 people, where they will be welcomed by the Carcross/Tagish First Nation community.
William and Kate will then travel a short distance to the beautiful Montana Mountain where they will observe a mountain biking demonstration by Single Track to Success, a project that builds world-class trails and provides life-changing experiences to local youth.
William, Kate, George and Charlotte will conclude their eight-day tour of Canada on Saturday.