Prince William and Kate Middleton toured the Caribbean from March 19-26, 2022. The princely couple were there as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95. The trip was an opportunity for the Duke and Duchess to try out new activities. They’ve done bobsledding in Jamaica and scuba diving in Belize, among other places. The Mirror, in an April 9, 2022 article, notes that this is not the first time that Prince William, 39, and his wife Kate Middleton, 40, have gone scuba diving. The father of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, has been at the helm of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) since 2014.
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“The Duke followed in the footsteps of his father, Prince Charles, and his grandfather, the late Prince Philip, who had both previously held this title,” says The Mirror. Prince George, 8, would be predisposed to follow in the footsteps of his father, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, 39. At the time, when Prince William was speaking to BSAC members, he announced that taking on the role of his father is “a great honour”. The husband of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, did not forget to mention that he hopes that his son George will one day follow in his footsteps. “I hope one day my son George can follow in our footsteps,” Prince William said. At the moment, bath time is quite painful, but I imagine that as he grows up a little, putting on a mask and a snorkel could calm him down,” he said.
Prince George of Cambridge joins a prestigious school
The eldest son of Kate Middleton and Prince William would take from them many sporting skills, according to The Mirror. Lately, rumors have suggested that Prince George is preparing to start school at Lambrook in September. The school is said to cost between £6,448 and £6,999 per term, but pupils there enjoy a number of extra-curricular activities, including scuba diving. As well as scuba diving, Lambrook School has a nine-hole golf course, a polo field, beehives, fencing and a Masterchef mini club, according to The Mirror.
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