Special 100-page, photo-rich keepsake edition showcases the "new royals"
and previews their imminent visit
TORONTO, June 23, 2011 /CNW/ - With the duke and duchess's first
official tour as a married couple only one week away—on Canadian soil,
no less—Maclean's, in words and pictures, is celebrating this momentous
It will be unlike any royal visit before it. These are the "new royals,"
determined to do things differently than the generation before,
including bringing along fewer staff and requiring much less formality.
Across the country, William and Kate will keep a brisk, active
schedule, with a focus on meeting—and reaching out to—Canada's youth.
Along with the 100 stunning photos, stories in this special issue
The next generation of royals are just hitting their stride in the wider world, and are testing the
limits of propriety in ways their parents couldn't have imagined. Vancouver bureau chief Ken MacQueen looks at this new tribe of royals, and just what they are up to.
Brand Catherine: When it comes to fashion, this chic young woman is already a kingmaker
in her own right: whatever she wears turns to gold and her outfits (or
copies of them) fly off store shelves. London-based writer Leah McLaren examines how even commoners can copy her simple yet elegant style.
Canada's Royal Welcome: What's in store for William and Kate in each of their seven-city stops?
Commoner Courtesy: As the new generation of royals goes out to meet the world, the rules
are more relaxed than ever, except for one important guideline: no
hugging! Researcher-Reporter Patricia Treble advises. Plus: What goes into precisely nailing down the details of a nine-day royal
Royal Redux: A photo essay of the Canadian royal tours that have come before.
Maclean's Royal Tour Special Commemorative Edition is on newsstands now
and for an extended period. It sells for $9.95.
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