Before their trip to the Caribbean comes to an end, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a last stop in the Bahamas … where Kate Middleton was totally stunning! In a turquoise blue dress in the colors of the local flag, she charmed the entire local population. A last sublime outfit to meet the local prime minister and his wife, happy to see them in the archipelago.
This tour of the Caribbean countries turns into a real fashion show for Kate Middleton! The Duchess of Cambridge, magnificent during all the week with her numerous dresses, finished on a fireworks this Thursday for her arrival in the Bahamas. Dressed in a turquoise blue dress with long sleeve Emilia Wickstead, she had tied her hair in a ponytail and wore beige pumps Gianvito Rossi.
Glowing with beauty and smiling, she received flowers on the tarmac from an 8-year-old girl. Prince William at her side, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis met several military and then the Prime Minister of the archipelago, Philip Davis, accompanied by his wife. Both seemed delighted to see them arrive home for this special tour of the Queen’s Jubilee.
A visit that comes however in a tense context, according to the Daily Mail, since the Bahamas called on Britain to pay them a large sum of money in reparation for the role of the British monarchy in slavery on the archipelago, in an open letter with very strong words. However, the faces were smiling between the son of Prince Charles and the Prime Minister, happy to meet.
The latter explained to Prince William that he was “delighted to meet them” after “so much anticipation” and wished Queen Elizabeth a full recovery from her Covid-19 infection that had weakened her, congratulating her on her Jubilee. During the dinner, he presented the couple with a portrait by a local artist, Jamaal Rolle.
This visit to the Bahamas is part of several official trips to Commonwealth countries for members of the Royal Family, for the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, which will be celebrated in June. Prince William and Kate Middleton had started with a few days in Belize, before joining Jamaica, which they left this Thursday.
On this occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge had chosen a green dress, the same brand as the blue worn a few hours later, Emilia Wickstead, which she had matched with the same pumps and yellow diamond earrings. To pay tribute to the country, she had also embellished it with a brooch in the shape of the national bird of Jamaica, a kind of hummingbird that is found nowhere else in the world.
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