If the two young royals weren't interested in sports, they will be now. Well, interested in ice hockey, at least. Each jersey said "George" and "Charlotte" on the back. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received the uniforms during a visit to a domestic violence shelter and charity on their last day of their Canada tour.
Wills and Kate kicked off the day at The Cridge Center for the Family in Victoria, British Columbia, which provides support for women who have experienced domestic violence and housing for families experiencing economic or relationship crises.
Afterwards the royal couple was set to visit a local café where they would meet with families that have been supported by the Kelty Mental Health Resource Center, one of British Columbia's leading mental health charities.
Prince William and Kate, together with Prince Harry, run the Heads Together mental health awareness initiative, so they were going to learn all about Kelty's digital and community-based tools that work to bring its services to the community.
The couple looked casual chic for their final day in Canada, with Kate opting to wear a white blazer and skinny jeans from Zara. Prince William went tie-free to round out his laid-back look.
The final activity of the day would certainly be an exciting for sail-loving Kate, as they were set to board a tall-ship operated by the Sail and Life Training Society, a charity that uses the power of sailing to give young people skills and direction in their lives.