The royal couple, Prince William and Kate Middleton were precisely having a good time around in its first overseas trip in Canada since their arrival last June 30. Yesterday, the Duke, Prince William, made blast with his genuine talent by boasting up and making his first-ever water landing to the excited crowds along the coasts of Canada.
Prince William piloted a Sea King helicopter wearing an olive flight suit with safety gears attached to it. His main point in that water landing was to save Kate on the ground. Col. Sam Michaud, Prince William’s trainor said, “He was looking for his wife on the shoreline at one point. She was waving back about 100 feet away.”
As for the Prince’s performance review, “The Duke of Cambridge is, first and foremost, a search-and-rescue pilot — that’s his job and it’s a job he’s very proud to do. When (William) took the decision to come to Canada, one of the things he actually asked to do was to do this.”