Here on the west coast we have some of the best wild, well-managed shellfish in the world.” After their unusual culinary experience, the royal duo, (accompanied by HELLO!’s royal correspondent Emily Nash, among others) then flew to the town of Whitehorse in the Yukon territory.The royal pair watched young Yukon singers and impressive breakdancing.“That was the most incredible performance that Catherine and I have ever seen," William told the performers.
The relationship suggested that the Uffington horse might itself be an Iron Age date, as so too, it was assumed, was the adjoining Uffington Castle. In 1931, Stuart Piggot developed the Iron Age theory further by noting additional similarities between the Uffington Horse and the Roman Silchester Horse (the handle of a lost drinking vessel) and other stylised horses on Iron Age buckets from Aylesford and Marlborough.CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Earlier in the day, whilst still in British Columbia, the gung-ho couple took a mouthful of a local (yet somewhat visually challenging delicacy) – the geoduck clam.The foodie delight is unusually shaped, and on encountering the sea creature at the British Columbia food festival Prince William was initially unimpressed."You should be very proud" Following their entertainment, the down-to-earth royals will head to their hotel for the night, the three star Coast High Country Inn in the town of Whitehorse.The couple have been given the hotel's newly renovated presidential suite with a jacuzzi, which would usually cost £15 a night.
This allows the measurement of how long ago a buried soil was last exposed to sunlight.