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Royal newlyweds Prince William and Princess Kate are in Yellowknife, a capital of Canada's vast Northwest Territories. Prince William joins a group of teenagers in a game of street hockey.
Prince William joined local teenagers playing street hockey, or "shinny" in Yellowknife, the capital of Canada's vast Northwest Territories on Tuesday.
The Duke of Cambridge clearly felt he was on a winning streak when he decided to take penalties in a game of street hockey during their welcome.
But the Duke's luck ran out when failed to hit the target with any of his three shots.
William tried to outfox the goalie by telling him "top left corner" before going for the right, but all three shots were either saved or went wide.
The Duchess, wearing a cream linen three-quarter length sleeve dress by the Danish high street designer Malene Birger, restarted the game by dropping the ball for a face-off.
The Prince and his wife were presented with red Canada ice hockey tops with "Cambridge" and the numbers 1 for the Duchess and 2 for the Duke.
The trip to Yellowknife is part of a nine-day tour of Canada before the royal couple heads to California on July 8.