March 1 is an important date for the Welsh, as it is the national holiday. Indeed, they celebrate the patron saint of Wales, celebrating the date of his death. The opportunity to celebrate this day around many celebrations. Kate Middleton and Prince William were there on Tuesday, March 1. Indeed, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a goat farm and met local Welsh producers. A getaway that continued at the market where they were able to talk to many farmers.
A very important visit for Kate Middleton and Prince William: “The importance of the community for local businesses is so important, as we have heard from the third, fourth and even fifth generations of family businesses. Here in the market in Abergavenny, produce is sourced from across the region, including the charming family-run Pant Farm which we visited earlier today,” the couple said.
A country visit for Kate Middleton and Prince William
On Instagram, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared photos from the St David’s Day celebrations. Thus, their fans were able to observe them strolling between the stalls of the market or in the process of exchanging with the crowd. A pleasant moment for the two lovebirds who are currently experiencing difficult times at Buckingham Palace. Indeed, after the contamination of prince Charles, it is the turn of queen Elizabeth to have contracted the Covid-19 and to be at the heart of all concerns. Aged 95, the monarch must rest at all costs in order to be able to recover as quickly as possible. Very recently, Prince William and Kate Middleton still visited Queen Elizabeth II in Windsor. The opportunity for the great-grandmother to see George, Charlotte and Louis.
Prince William and Kate Middleton © Agency