Prince William and Kate Middleton Pictures at a Quebec Youth Project

William and Kate Visit At-Risk Youth While in Quebec City

Prince William and Kate Middleton leave Maison Dauphine.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to a youth project, Maison Dauphine, yesterday after arriving in Quebec City. Kate was fresh off the HMCS Montreal looking gorgeous in four-inch heels and a lacy blue gown from Erdem, the second piece from the Canadian-born, London-based designer she's worn during their trip. During Kate and William's time with the kids, they viewed art pieces and watched a performance from jugglers. Prince William addressed the at-risk youth, saying, "Don't ever let people put you down — because a prince looks up to you." Kate and William will head to the Northern Territories' Blachford Lake tomorrow to meet the First Canadian Ranger Patrol Group and tour greenhouses as well as organic gardens.