Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived in Montreal right on schedule. Their plane, which was specially-loaned airbus from the Canadian Forces landed at 2 p.m. local time.

Kate Middleton surprised everyone by changing outfits during the flight.

When she boarded the flight at Heathrow airport in London she was wearing a navy blazer by Canadian designer Snythe Les Vestes over a navy Manon dress by Roland Mouret. She also work Manolo Blahnik Calogera pumps. While in London she was also seen carrying Mulberry's Polly Push Lock bag from the Autumn Winter 2011 Pre Collection.

When she got off the plane in Canada, she had changed into a dress by Erdem Moralioglu. People Magazine described it as a navy lace Cecile shift scoop-backed dress of contrast stone crepe with a navy lace overlay.

When the royal couple arrived at Ottawa's international airport, they were greeted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, was handed a bouquet made of roses and thistles, to signify Scotland.

The newlyweds will spend nine days in Canada. Their first engagement was at the National War Memorial where they were greeted by 3,000 fans. During their stay they will face off in a dragon boat race, visit take part in the beginning of the Calgary stampede festivities and visit Yellowknife.