Prince George and Princess Charlotte made hearts melt when they arrived in Canada with their parents on Saturday. George snubbing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's high five has got to be the most memorable moment of the trip so far, but the royal children have been kept out of the public eye since this first sighting.
So, while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a night away without their children in the Yukon region of northwest Canada on Tuesday, the family nanny took care of George and Charlotte. On their agenda? A secret visit to a petting zoo, say multiple reports.
The children were taken for a fun day out at the Beacon Hill Children's Farm in Victoria, reports the Daily Express. Although the visit was meant to be kept a secret, Victoria Tourism tweeted about the farm's young royal guests.
According to Vancouver Sun journalist Rob Shaw, the tourism board was quickly asked to remove the tweet.
Let's Hope George and Charlotte got to pet the goats in peace. And if you're still hoping to get another glimpse of the family together?
A children's party has been planned for military families when William and Kate arrive back at Government House in Victoria on Thursday. Kensington Palace says "surprises" are in store for the younger guests. Expect plenty more adorable photo opportunities.