- Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla to tour Canada
- Canadian prime minister makes statement about trip
- Charles and Camilla have both visited Canada before
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's next royal tour will see them visit another Commonwealth country! As the Daily Mail shares, Clarence House has confirmed that the couple is heading overseas to Canada next month, making stops in several provinces and territories.
Charles and Camilla to visit eastern Canada in May
Charles and Camilla's tour is set to take them across eastern Canada, as it has been revealed where exactly the royals will be making stops! They will meet locals from Newfoundland and Labrador, the National Capital Region, and the Northwest Territories. In a statement, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau called it the country's "pleasure" to host Charles and Camilla in May.
Trudeau then went on to say that the royals will "have the wonderful opportunity of seeing first-hand the diversity and kindness of Canadians and the beauty of our abundant natural landscapes" during their tour. Charles and Camilla are both familiar with Canada, having previously visited multiple times! While Camilla has travelled there 4 times, Charles has made a whopping 18 trips to the nation.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations have been in full swing for a while now, and Charles and Camilla won't be the first royals to honour the occasion in another country! Prince William and Duchess Kate recently went on a whirlwind tour of the Caribbean, which saw William share his thoughts on the future of the Commonwealth countries they visited as it drew to a close.