Prince William and Kate Middleton wrapped up their first full day in Ottawa last night at the Evening National Canada Day celebrations. Kate Middleton wore Issa for the event, following her afternoon and morning spent in the white Reiss dress from her engagement photos. She continued to wear a diamond maple leaf brooch, which is the same one William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, wore during her 1951 tour of Canada. William and Kate were treated to an evening of music, including the folk group Great Big Sea, on the city's Parliament Hill. They stayed for just over 30 minutes with eight members of their entourage before heading to the foreign office to watch fireworks. William and Kate will attend a tree planting in Ottawa around noon (EDT) today before leaving for their next stop in Montreal, where they have two activities planned for this afternoon. William and Kate aren't staying there, though, as they're set to spend tonight in Quebec City.
Kate Middleton Dons Purple Issa to Wrap Up Canada Day With Prince William