Due to the pandemic, it’s been a good couple of years since royal fans have been treated to a royal tour featuring both Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton – their last trip overseas together saw them visit Ireland in 2020 and prior to that, Pakistan in October 2019. Of course, in that time we have also seen them visit Scotland via train and Kate Middleton fly to Denmark earlier this year for a solo jaunt.
So, the Cambridges current 8-day expedition (19 – 26 March) to the Caribbean, where they’ve already been keeping busy in Belize, and with Jamaica and The Bahamas next on the list, has certainly been an exciting one to follow along with.
We’ve so far seen the Duke and Duchess get stuck into dancing with the locals, Kate having a go at shaking her maracas (no, really) and seen the future king and queen consort have a go at creating their own chocolate, after learning more about how important cacao is to the Maya community.
Here, we’ve rounded up the best, candid photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoying their sunny royal tour:
1) The Cambridges arrive in the royal plane at Philip S. W Goldson International Airport (day one)
2) The Duke and Duchess visit the Laing Building, Belize City (day one)
3) Prince William and Kate Middleton don sunglasses ahead of meeting Garifuna people (day two)
4) Kate Middleton plays the maracas in Hopkins, Belize (day two)
5) The Duke and Duchess learn more about Garifuna culture (day two)
6) Kate Middleton laughs with a local named Mama G, who introduced the royals to some Garifuna traditions (day two)
7) The Cambridges learn more about the importance of cocoa to the community (day two)
8) Prince William asks a question during a visit to the Che’il Mayan Chocolate farm and factory (day two)
9) Kate Middleton samples some local Mayan chocolate (day two)
10) Prince William has a go at crushing chocolate nibs, under the watchful eye of a Che’il Mayan Chocolate staffer (day two)
11) Prince William and Kate Middleton share a private moment (day two)
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