Making for one of the more exciting moments of their Canadian tour, Prince William took part in a demonstration of waterbirding in Charlottetown, Canada on Monday afternoon (July 4).
With his lovely bride Kate Middleton taking pictures as keepsakes, the Duke of Cambridge tossed on his military pilot gear while delving into an exercise in a Sea King Helicopter above Dalvay Lake.
Prior to the waterbirding exercise, the royal newlyweds took time to meet with local chefs in the culinary station - with Kate getting adventurous while giving the local oysters a taste test.
As previously reported by GossipCenter, Will and Kate also directed competing dragon boat teams in a race across Dalvay Lake - with Will's squad ending up pulling off the victory before he offered his wife a consolation hug.
With another full day scheduled in Prince Edward Island, the busy couple will close out their Canadian duties with two days in Calgary before wrapping up the entire trip with another two day stop in Los Angeles, California.