Royal Family’s tour of Canada comes to an end, but not before a geoduck feast

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VANCOUVER, B.C. — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge end their Canada trip Saturday, following a week-long tour of the country that included rain forest walks and geoduck meals.

Prince William, Kate and their two young children visited the Great bear Rainforest, took a float plane and even went fishing.

Of course, in typical Pacific Northwest fashion, the Royals didn’t exactly get the best weather. But the Royal Family made the most of it.

They are slated to spend their final day in Victoria, Canada.