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Posted at 2:42 PM ET, 02/ 1/2011

William and Kate travel to ... Canada?

By Autumn Brewington

We won't believe it till it's announced, but we're intrigued by yesterday's report in the Sun that Prince William and Kate Middleton will take their first official overseas tour to Canada. The paper suggests (no sources were named in the article) the plan is for a two-week visit starting in July.

We have seen a lot of reports mentioning that the prince in particular hopes to focus on his military career for the next few years, as opposed to taking on a full schedule of public engagements, so we're a little skeptical that the couple would leave on a tour so soon after their wedding or undertake a lengthy trip. That said, William was the royal family's representative on a trip to Australia and New Zealand last year, and his royal duties will eventually take over his schedule. We're hoping for more news soon -- and, of course, a royal visit to Washington.

By Autumn Brewington  | February 1, 2011; 2:42 PM ET
Categories:  Kate Middleton, Media coverage, Prince William, Travel  | Tags:  Autumn Brewington  
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