Consolatory hug for boat race runner up as the Prince sails to victory
Having started with friendly rivalry, including William teasing the opposing team, it ended with a consoling hug from the Prince when he won.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went head to head in a dragon boat race with teams of local athletes across Dalvay Lake on Prince Edward Island in Canada on Monday, with William sailing to victory.
And earlier in the day, the 29-year-old demonstrated "waterbirding" – a technique developed in Canada to safely land a helicopter on water – before an excited audience and his wife who was taking pictures.
The royal couple go head to head in a dragon boat race, with William offering his wife a consolatory hug after sailing to victory
The sporty brunette gives it her all in an attempt to beat the Prince
But her opposition proves too competitive, with William shouting joke insults to her team
The dragon boat race took place on Dalvay Lake on Prince Edward Island
Prince William demonstrated "waterbirding" – a technique developed in Canada to safely land a helicopter on water
Proud Kate documents her husband's feat
Helicopter rescue pilot William takes to the skies in his gear
The Duchess looks delighted to reconnect with her childhood as she meets a pretty redhead dressed up as Anne of Green Gables, the protagonist from her favourite novel
Sharing some jokes as a chef prepares them a lobster
She giggles as they take part in a 'smudging ceremony'.
This ritual that comes from the First Nations, the aboriginal people of Canada, involved the lighting of sage leaves and wafting the smoke with an eagle wing
Welcomed by the Mounties to Yellowknife
William and Kate arrive at Prince Edward Island watched by actors who had dressed up in period costume for the occasion
The Duke and Duchess were escorted through the streets of Charlottetown in a horse-drawn landau with Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz and his wife Kate Ellis
The royal couple accept flowers and greet two young children upon their arrival in Yellowknife