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