The Duchess of Cambridge reveals Prince George's favourite food on charity visit in Victoria

While on a visit to the Cridge Centre on the last day of the royal tour of Canada, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed one of Prince George's favourite foods.

Prince William and Kate met with people who had benefitted from the centre's schemes, which includes social care and supports domestic abuse victims among other field. One attendee revealed that she and the duchess had chatted about their favourite dishes, with the mother of two revealing that Italian food is one of three-year-old Prince George's favourites.

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The Duchess chatted to children during the walkabout

20-year-old Zola Auld from Victoria said: "Kate asked me what I like to do and I told her cooking. She asked me what and I said Italian like pizza and pasta and she said George loves that."

Prince William was also spotting chatting about the couple's fishing trip on Friday, joking that they didn't manage to catch anything. He said: "We didn't catch anything! It's typical whenever we go anywhere. All the best laid plans go to pot. That salmon (pre caught) was the biggest fish I've seen! It was a great day."

The pair was gifted with hockey jerseys for their two children

The pair then enjoyed a walkabout after leaving the centre, where they met around 100 children with their parents. Seven-year-old Netusha Danister chatted to Kate about her favourite character from the Disney film Frozen.

"She asked me 'are you a princess?' And I said yes then she asked me about Frozen and said 'what's your favourite character?' And I said 'Elsa' and she liked that."

The prince and Kate completed their visit to the centre after being gifted mini personalized Canucks hockey team jerseys for their son and daughter. The couple will be departing Canada after their eight-day trip later today.

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