Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge continued their Canadian tour in Montreal this weekend.

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The Royal couple spent Saturday at Montreal's top cooking school, Institut de tourisme et d'hotellerie du Quebec, where Prince William impressed his host, Quebec's premier Jean Charest, by making a lobster soufflé, People.com reports.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge learned how to make an amuse-bouche of foie gras on a toasted brioche with apple cider jelly. "I asked her if she liked to cook at home," Theresa Rindress, 23, a cooking student told reporters later. "She said she likes to cook, but does not do fancy things."

The newlyweds also enjoyed some alone time together. They spent a romantic picnic at the official private country retreat of Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Lake Harrington.

"They had a really enjoyable, relaxing afternoon - just the two of them," the source told People.

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