It is finished the solo trips for Kate Middleton and Prince William. After traveling separately, the Cambridges will travel together to the Caribbean from March 19 to 26, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
Recently, Kate Middleton and Prince William had traveled separately. He in the United Arab Emirates and she in Denmark. In early February, in an article about the preparation of this visit of the Duchess of Cambridge to Copenhagen, Point de Vue recalled that the last official trip of the couple in their royal capacity was in March 2020. The Cambridges had gone to Ireland. Two years later, change of scenery, since it is for the Caribbean that they will fly. The rumor mill has been running ever since some of their representatives were spotted on Belize’s largest island, Ambergris Caye, last January. And they were not for nothing, since Hello Magazine reports this Thursday, February 24 that Buckingham Palace has confirmed that a royal spring tour will indeed take place in the Caribbean.
The parents of George, Charlotte and Louis are scheduled to visit Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas from March 19 to 26, according to Kensington Palace. The official trip is expected to begin with a visit to historic Mayan sites in Belize, an opportunity to celebrate the rich culture of the Garifuna community. Kate Middleton and Prince William should focus on the biodiversity of the country. The image of a couple committed to ecology, which will then be expected in Jamaica. A second stage marked by a meeting with the Jamaican defense forces, but especially by a tribute to Bob Marley by going to discover other revolutionary Jamaican musicians who are in their way the artistic heirs of the singer of No Woman, No Cry.
The journey of a committed couple
The third and final part of this journey will take place in the Bahamas. In addition to meeting communities on several islands, the Cambridges are expected to attend a world-renowned Junkanoo fashion show. This trip should also highlight Kate Middleton’s commitments to mental health, early childhood, but also the environment. A fight in which her husband, himself initiated for many years by his father, is very invested. Precisely, Prince Charles also takes the path of travel. The palace announced that with his wife Camilla, the Duke of Cornwall must go to Ireland, from 23 to 25 March, at the same time as the trip to the Caribbean of his eldest son. A way to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen abroad, after two years of pause because of the pandemic that has just affected the 95-year-old sovereign.
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