Wax dress and maracas, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s dance in Belize is all the rage

The British are not used to see them like this. While Kate Middleton and Prince William are traveling in Belize, the Duchess of Cambridge has not hesitated to do a dance step with children and play music with maracas.

This is the first official visit organized to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. This Saturday, March 19, Kate Middleton and Prince William went to Belize, a country that still belongs to the Commonwealth. An arrival much awaited by the local authorities, as evidenced by the 21 gunshots fired on the arrival of the Duke and Duchess at the airport of Belize City, the capital: “They received a 21-gun salute quite different from what they are used to – with three miniature cannons on small white tables pulled with strings by men in uniform,” reported the Daily Mail.


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If when Kate Middleton got off the plane, she appeared in a very formal outfit, the next day, the couple appeared in less strict clothes. If Prince William chose a blue shirt and pants, his wife was dressed in a blue wax dress with patterns and square collar. But what surprised the British most was to see Kate Middleton having fun like a child, during her visit to a cultural center of the Garifuna community, in a village in the east of the country. And for good reason, on many pictures, we can see Kate Middleton swaying on the traditional dance of the village.


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Kate Middleton on the front page of the Daily Mail, maracas in hand

Maracas in hand, she is even on the front page of the Daily Mail. The mother of three children is not the only one to have lent himself to the game since Prince William has also danced alongside the children of the cultural center. Shots that we are not used to see. But for this time, Kate Middleton and Prince William wanted to do otherwise and thus distinguished themselves by their spontaneity and their joy of living. The visit was much less formal and was appreciated by the people of Belize, who were happy to see members of the royal family join them for a dance.

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