It's a family affair for Prince William, Princess Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte who have touched down in Canada's Victoria, British Columbia for their first tour as a family, PEOPLE reports.
This was a big adventure for the Princess Charlotte who was seen peeking out of a plane window. The royal family all wore blue, and Kate wore Queen Elizabeth II's diamond maple leaf brooch.
After deplaning, the family met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Trudeau.
William and Kate will be spending a week abroad introducing their children to the area. They are staying at Government House in Victoria.
Their schedule will be pretty busy, with 30 meetings on the agenda, thats a lot of packing for Kate who had to carefully plan each look.
William and Kate will bring George and Charlotte to a children's party for military families on Thursday so they can experience some family fun.
During their trip, a spokesman described their agenda.
"Along the way they will meet as many Canadians as possible, and will help celebrate Canada's First Nations communities, its arts and culture, pristine and beautiful environment, and its compassionate and innovative charitable sector."
William and Kate will head to British Columbia's Parliament Buildings to pay respects to Victoria's Cenotaph and attend the unveiling of a new plaque paying tribute to the veterans of Canada's involvement in the Afghanistan conflict.
All in all, this is their "chance to say hello to the people of Canada just hours after touching down in the country."
We hope they have a safe and enjoyable trip!