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Governor General David Johnston announced Wednesday morning that Prince William and the Duchess Of Cambridge, Kate Middleton will be coming to BC during their Royal Tour this year that is set to begin sometime this fall.

This will be a great opportunity for Vancouverites to come out and witness a very rare experience and possibly meet the future King and Queen.

This will be the second Royal Tour taken by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge that makes stops in Canada. The first, in 2011 included stops to Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories, and Alberta.

Rumour has it that the Royal Couple will be bringing along two extra people on this year's tour: Their 3-year-old son, Prince George of Cambridge, and 1-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.

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