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On April 29, 2011, Prince William of Wales will marry Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey in London. The newlyweds' first royal tour will take place in Canada from June 30 to July 8. People across the country will rejoice with the couple as they make their way through a land that holds special significance for the Royal Family, emphasizing and renewing the bond between Canada and Britain. This won't be William's first trip "home to Canada" (in the words of Queen Elizabeth II), since he accompanied his parents, Charles and Diana, in 1991 and his father and brother, Harry, in 1998. The highlight of the trip will surely be joining Canadians in celebrating Canada Day in Ottawa. Young Royals on Tourcommemorates the visit day by day, accompanied by original colour photographs. The book also contains informative sidebars, including royal connections to Canada and its people as well as previous royal tours such as the one in 1939 by George VI and Queen Elizabeth.