In official trip in the Caribbean with Prince William, Kate Middleton indulged in a small diving session. The opportunity for her to see sharks up close, as she shows in a surprising video on Instagram.
They took a lot of eyeballs. On March 19, Kate Middleton and Prince William began an official trip of several days in the Caribbean, to celebrate the anniversary of Elizabeth II. A journey that began badly for them, after the inhabitants of a village in Belize, their first step, have demonstrated against their arrival. Since then, the atmosphere seems to have returned to calm, while the couple has followed several cultural outings, during which they have seen maracas in hand or sketching a few dance steps, riding on “the palace of heaven” or taking a small course in survival in the jungle.
Scrutinized and photographed during their journey, there is however an outing that has not been much publicized for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: their escapade at sea for a little diving session. On March 20, they were able to go to South Water Caye, above the Belize Barrier Reef. “It was a privilege to see for ourselves the cutting-edge ocean conservation work that is being done here,” they wrote in the caption of a video where they can be seen in scuba gear discovering the ocean floor. The opportunity for them to admire the underwater flora, but also the fauna, even coming face to face with a shark.
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An unlikely encounter for Kate Middleton who, calm and serene, was obviously not afraid to see such an animal a few meters from her. A beautiful experience for her and Prince William, who enjoyed a beautiful evening, Monday, March 21 before heading to Jamaica, the next step of their trip. Before leaving Belize, the Duchess of Cambridge has marked the spirits in a beautiful pink sequined dress of the brand Vampire’s Wife. We are now waiting to discover the rest of her fabulous wardrobe, she who was charged, with her husband, a particular mission in Jamaica: convince this country to remain in the Commonwealth and not to follow the example of Barbados, which last November, decided to become a republic.
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