Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge arrive in Victoria, Canada.
The royal family is set to be in Canada through October 1, where they'll enjoy tours of Vancouver, Kelowna, Yukon, Victoria and Haida Gwaii, learning about mental health issues, the country's youth, and indigenous population.
The 3-year-old wasn't having it when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tried to give him a high-five.
The Canadian tour is the future king's second overseas trip-he accompanied his parents on their tour of New Zealand and Australia back in 2014.
The royal family arrived Saturday to Victoria, British Columbia.
Prince William and Duchess Kate walked a long red carpet, greeting well-wishers along the way. As they proceeded down the red carpet they witnessed a First Nation's ceremonial dance.
"It was very smooth flying", a royal aide told Us of the couple's seaplane travel.
The star of the Canadian royal tour is Princess Charlotte, on her first official visit.
"(Kate) said she was happy to visit B.C. She says it's a handsome place.
"That is why we are so pleased that George and Charlotte can be with us in Canada this time round, beginning their own lifetime of friendship with this wonderful country".
The royal couple drastically reduced their children's public appearances after complaining about aggressive and risky tactics paparazzi used to take pictures of Prince George.
Royal fans were amazed by how much Princess Charlotte had grown up since she was last seen at Trooping the Colour in June.
Trudeau quipped that travelling with children makes this visit different for the royals.
This will be followed by remarks from the Governor General, the prime minister, the premier and Prince William, along with signing the government of Canada's Golden Book and B.C.'s Distinguished Visitors' Book.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton will arrive in Victoria on Sunday evening.
The couple already attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the cenotaph in Victoria. They also unveiled a plaque created as a tribute to the Canadian military personnel who fought in Afghanistan.
On Sunday they will visit Vancouver, where they will meet Syrian refugees who have only recently resettled in Canada. A tour through the Great Bear Rainforest, the world's largest temperate rainforest, and an evening reception at the Government House.
The pair also attended a welcoming ceremony in front of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
The tour will take them from the city of Vancouver out to some of Canada's more remote communities including Bella Bella, Whitehorse and the island of Haida Gwaii. Shortly after landing in Victoria, British Columbia on Saturday (24 September), uniformed guards were seen unloading the young princesss dresses for the eight-day visit.