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Not even hecklers could stop Prince William and Kate Middleton from enjoying a visit to Quebec City (or chatting about future royal babies).
The fashion-forward duo carried on their Canadian tour with a visit to Quebec's Freedom of the City ceremony yesterday, riding through the streets in a motorcade as fans cheered—and 200 hecklers jeered, many carrying French signs that translated to, "The king is me."
Eh, the royal couple nary batted an eye.
Completely ignoring the protesters, William and Kate waved and smiled at fans as they made their way to the ceremony honoring Canada's Royal 22nd Regiment.
And once they arrived, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chatted up attendees and hinted at plans to start a family.
"Kate said to me, 'What a beautiful daughter you have,'" a ceremony attendee told reporters. "When I said to her I wished her and William well with starting their own family, she said, 'Yes, I hope to.' "
In addition to mixing and mingling, William went on to deliver a short speech outside the City Hall in French.
The tour de Canada isn't over just yet, however.
The newlyweds will head to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Monday to participate in a variety of beach and boating activities.