William and Kate Arrive in North America

Newlyweds Will and Kate are making their first official trip since the royal wedding, and North America is their first stop. INSIDE EDITION has the details.

They're here! William and Kate have arrived for the first leg of their tour of North America.

Kate was wearing an elegant fitted dress as they exited the plane. She's had changed out of the navy ensemble she wore leaving England. She is said to have brought 40 outfits for her first visit to Canada and the United States.

The royal newlyweds landed in Canada's capital city of Ottawa. From there they will tour the country for a week before heading to Los Angeles on July 8.

Speaking of royal couples, Prince Albert of Monaco, 53, is finally set to get married on Friday. But in a last minute shocker, his fiancée, Charlene Wittstock, may be a runaway bride!

French newspapers are reporting that Wittstock became incensed over reports Albert had fathered yet another love child. He's already admitted to fathering two children out of wedlock. His statuesque blonde fiancée, a former South African Olympic swimmer, reportedly packed her bags and fled the palace.

"The French newspaper claims that the palace sent officials to stop Charlene at the airport," says People magazine's Carlos Greer.

Prince Albert's people are denying his bride got cold feet and released a statement saying, "None of this is true. We think it comes from utter jealousy."

The couple made a point of appearing in public yesterday, side by side.

The wedding will be the biggest in Monaco since Albert's mother, the legendary Grace Kelly, was married in 1956.

Prince Albert's wedding will reportedly cost $70 million.