The young British royal family of four landed in Canada today. The family members were greeted by the Canadian Prime Minister, who attempted to give the young prince a high five but was rejected on the spot in front of the cameras.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge landed in Canada today (Sunday) as part of their first international tour along with their two children Princess Charlotte and Prince George. The family of four was greeted at the airport by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who shook the hands of Prince William and Princess Kate. However, when Trudeau knelt down in order to give the young prince a high five, he was turned down in front of the cameras that documented the entire welcoming ceremony.
Princess Kate knelt down as she was holding 16-month-old Charlotte and talked to her 3-year-old son immediately after the incident occurred.