Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, kick off the last leg of their Canada tour today in Calgary. They are headed to the United States tomorrow for a three day stay in California.
Andrew Morton, celebrity biographer and author of "William & Catherine: Their Story," joins Kiran Chetry this morning to offer a royal insider's point of view into how the couple's trip has been so far and how their experience and behavior compares with that of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Having spent the day at a lake on Prince Edward Island yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, are now on their sixth day of their tour of Canada.
The couple is set to visit Yellowknife today in the Northwest Territories, where they are expected to take part in a street hockey game and attend a session of Youth Parliament.
Carolyn Harris, royal historian from Queens University, joins Ali Velshi and Christine Romans this morning to talk about the highlights of the couple's trip and to discuss the sensation that their visit has become in Canada.
Buckingham Palace has released the U.S. travel itinerary for the newlywed Royal couple. Prince William and wife Kate will be traveling across the pond to Canada and then Los Angeles this summer, visiting L.A. July 8-10.
Wills and Kate will stay in the Presidential Suite at the Pink Palace Hotel, which will run them $10,800 per night. But, despite the luxurious digs, Kate will be traveling with a modest entourage: a hair-stylist and a personal assistant. The visit will be Kate's first to the U.S.
While in L.A., the two will attend a party hosted by the British Academy of Film and Televsion Arts and Wills will play in a charity polo match in Santa Barbara.
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