Kate Middleton, Prince William Greeted By Huge Crowds in Canada

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Newly-married Kate Middleton and Prince William were greeted by huge crowds - and questions about their future family - in Canada this weekend.

While touring Quebec City, Kate was presented with a bouquet by a young admirer named Raffaela, 2, who was with her father David Cheater, 28.

Like many others, Cheater waited hours with his daughter to see the royal couple, who attended a ceremony honoring Canada's Royal 22nd Regiment.

Kate and William in Canada

"Kate said to me, 'What a beautiful daughter you have,'" he said after The Duchess laid her hand on the youngster's head and smiled at the little girl.

He added: "When I said to her I wished her and William well with starting their own family, she said, 'Yes, I hope to.'" So when will Kate get pregnant?

She didn't say, but watching them outside City Hall - where Prince William delivered a short speech entirely in French - they look quite smitten.

Sadly, not everyone present in the massive crowds welcomed the royal couple with open arms as they arrived in the streets of Old Quebec.

Their motorcade was greeted with about 200 protesters carrying the Quebec flag and signs in French that translated as "the king is me."

Kate and William waved to the masses of people lining the streets and didn't pay attention to the protesters standing about 100 feet away.

[Photo: Fame Pictures]

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