The Royal Visit Remains Vague

Posted: June 13, 2011

Well if you’re like us – you are counting down the days, and for those of you playing the home game - we’re less than 3 weeks away from THE visit.

On July 3 &  4 The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, aka Prince William and his lovely bride Kate, will make their way to Prince Edward Island as part of the Royal Highnesses' first  to Canada as a married couple. 

Their Canadian tour extends from June 30 to July 8 with stops in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and Yellowknife – but it’s their two days on the Gentle Island that have us truly excited.

146953_prince-william-duke-of-cambridge-and-catherine-duchess-of-cambridge-attend-investec-derby-day-at-theThe official site of the visit has yet to post the detailed itinerary – but we do know they have planned stops in Charlottetown July 3rd and 4th with time scheduled in Summerside on July 4th as well.  As for the specific locations a TV crew from ITV’s Daybreak might offer some clues.  Deemed the British equivalent to Good Morning America or Canada AM – their show’s team shot segments at Avonlea Village, Green Gables, Province House, Victoria Row and the Canadian Coast Guard auxiliary.  

Those were all 'odds on' favourites anyway - but that does put us a little closer to knowing something.

As one would imagine the official minute to minute schedule will be evolving until pretty close to the visit – due to logistics and of course security concerns.

We’ll certainly keep you posted as details become available.  SABS

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SABS - On line sources

To see the complete article in the Guardian http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/News/Royal%20Tour/2011-06-13/article-2580876/Royal-couples-itinerary-cause-for-speculation/1

Official Royal Tour site http://www.gov.pe.ca/royaltour/

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