In photos, Kate and William’s ‘charm offensive’ in Belize

Kate Middleton and Prince William landed in Belize on Saturday March 19. The princely couple have just started an official tour in the Caribbean.

They arrived in majesty, all dressed in blue, for the first day of their official Caribbean tour. Prince William and Kate Middleton indeed landed in Belize on Saturday March 19. A trip organized within the framework of the platinum jubilee (the 70 years of reign) of Elizabeth II.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, a radiant couple on tour in the Caribbean

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel, for a week, Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas. An official visit during which the couple will visit “historic Maya sites and celebrate the rich culture of the Garifuna community, while exploring the biodiversity of the countries”, announced the royal palace.

Joined the dance

For now, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already dazzled the assembly when they arrived at Belize City airport. Kate Middleton in a deep blue suit, and Prince William in a light gray suit. The couple, all smiles and wearing sunglasses, were greeted by the sound of 21 cannon shots and by Governor General Froyla Tzalam, before meeting Prime Minister Johnny Briceno.

The next day, Kate and William entered the dance on the occasion of a visit to a cocoa farm, located in the Maya Mountains. Kate Middleton had opted for a blue dress with floral motifs by Tory Burch, and Prince William for a blue shirt and pants. Once there, the couple wiggled their hips in the company of the Garifuna community, and once again demonstrated their great complicity, between looks of connivance and bursts of laughter.

Both also discovered how the locals extracted cocoa to make chocolate. “I think our children are going to be very jealous,” said Prince William’s wife in particular. The Cambridges then visited Hopkins, a seaside village and the cultural center of Belize, where they once again shone with their relaxed attitude and their smiles.

A canceled visit

The first day of this international tour, however, was marred by the cancellation of a visit. The parents of Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte were originally due to travel to another farm in Belize. Corn members of the Indian Creek community were quick to protest the arrival.

The latter are in fact in conflict with the Flora and Fauna organization, sponsored by Prince William, and have protested against colonialism and the use of their football field for the landing of the Duke of Cambridge’s helicopter. The incident did not prevent Prince William and Kate Middleton from continuing their seduction operation in the Caribbean. A journey that Telegram immediately called it a “charm offensive”.