It’s go again. After drastically reducing the frequency and distance of their travels, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are ready to set off around the world again. On the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee which celebrates the 70 years of reign of Queen Elizabeth II and which will give rise, in June 2022, to big celebrations, Kate and William are preparing to leave for the Caribbean in the spring. This will be their first official trip since their trip to Ireland in March 2020, the date after which the Covid-19 put a brake on all travel, especially international travel. They left for Jordan in 2021 but it was then a family vacation organized in a private setting.

Far from being able to take advantage of this exotic destination to rest, the couple will this time be on a royal mission and will undoubtedly leave without their children so as not to deprive them of several weeks of school. Kate and William are also already on the start on their own land since the small family is about to move for good to settle in Berkshire. Their trip as part of an official tour next spring will therefore mark a change of scenery of a completely different kind. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will also stop in Belize, a small country in Central America which is part of the Commonwealth and is therefore under the control of Queen Elizabeth II.

Dive into the past for Prince William

Prince William could find himself immersed in his memories during the trip to Belize since it was there that he trained alongside the Welsh Guards in 2000. According to the Mail Online, delegates from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already arrived on Belize’s largest island, Ambergris Caye, to prepare for the royal tour and the arrival of Kate and William. After several chaotic months and numerous restrictions linked to the global health condition, the professional travel of the royal family is therefore on track to resume on a more regular basis.

Prince William and Kate Middleton © Backgrid UK

Lara T.
Lara T.

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