Belize: Prince William and Duchess Kate have embarked on their tour towards the Caribbean islands as well as other British Commonwealth countries. The royal couple is on the Caribbean trip to honour Queen Elizabeth II’s milestone Platinum Jubilee. The couple will have three-day trip to Belize.
Following the arrival in Belize, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took their official Instagram accounts to mention, “Arriving in Belize, the first stop of our Caribbean tour!”
The royal couple reached the Caribbean country through their private plane, where the military welcomed them. Belize is the foremost destination of the pair’s tour to the Caribbean region. This tour will include a trip to Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Kate stepped out of the tarmac, wearing a blue Jenny Packham blazer and skirt with matching heels, and Willaim accompanied him with a coordinating blue suit. The blue-colour dressed couple depicted their country’s royal colour.
An Instagram Sunday post by the royal family read, “Throughout the tour, The Duke and Duchess will meet a wide variety of people from each country, including children, young people and families, frontline workers, service personnel, leaders from government, business and the charity sector as well as inspiring conservationists, and the early years’ workforce. Their program will also touch on several themes that are close to Their Royal Highnesses’ hearts, and a key focus of their work with The Royal Foundation, including The Earth shot Prize, mental health and the importance of early childhood; to lifelong outcomes.”
The British royal couple has been enjoying this trip with their children, Prince George (8-year-old), Princess Charlotte (6-year-old), and Prince Louis (3-year-old). This trip is on behalf of the long-reigning monarch, 95, to celebrate her 70th year on the throne.
The trip has been remarked as the first post-pandemic overseas visit of the Royal Family.
The tour was repeated rescheduled because of the colonialism protests. Earlier, the family’s outing at the sustainable cocoa farm in Indian Creek was discarded in the midst of the protest for indigenous rights.