The Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge have embarked on their tour across Canada, stopping off in Quebec for a royal cooking class featuring Kate Middleton cooking. Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William took the special culinary class at the ‘Institut de tourisme et d’hotellerie du Quebec’ in Montreal, Quebec on July 2nd.
The couple were given the royal treatment with personalized cooking attire that featured their names embroidered on their individual cooking aprons. From the looks of the pictures it seems that the Kate Middleton cooking class included lobster, chocolate and miniature feasts fit for a future King and Queen. Be sure to stay up to date on everything royal during their Canadian visit from now until July 8th!
Implications - The royal family continues to be a media target and consumer fixation. Businesses who reference the monarchy and royal style will continue to gain instant consumer attention.
This Kate Middleton Cooking Class was Part of the Royal Visit to Canada
1. Monarchy Obsession - Creating products or experiences inspired by the royal family to capture consumer attention.
2. Culinary Tourism - Offering cooking classes and culinary experiences as a tourist attraction.
3. Personalized Apparel - Providing customized attire, such as cooking aprons, with embroidered names for a personalized touch.
1. Hospitality - Hotels and restaurants can offer royal-themed culinary experiences to attract tourists.
2. Fashion - Designers can create clothing and accessories inspired by royal style to cater to consumers' fascination with the monarchy.
3. Tourism - Tourism agencies can promote royal-themed cooking classes and related experiences as part of their travel packages.