Touring the Caribbean for several days as part of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, Kate Middleton and Prince William left their three children at home. But the eldest of the siblings, George, has found a clever way to follow them from a distance.
A couple like all the others. After two years of restriction, Covid-19 obliges, Kate Middleton and prince William were teeming with impatience before taking the plane to see the country. The members of the royal family landed a few days ago in the Caribbean, playground of their tour as part of the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. And lovers seem to be having a good time there, lending themselves to local dances with schoolgirls in Belize. Enough to leave aside a hectic start to the getaway, a visit having had to be canceled after a demonstration by the local population not wishing to see the future of the British monarchy land on their land.
“He must find us on the map”
The duo nevertheless continued their journey by visiting the Mayan site of Caracol and then joined the jungle to take a survival course. An activity that would not have displeased their children, especially the eldest of the siblings, George, with a strong character. Rather shy, the latter is actually “very sure of himself and he knows what he wants. He has all the qualities required to be the future King of England”said a source close to the Cambridges to Us Weekly. Deprived of exit by his parents, he would have found an adorable way to follow them from a distance. Prince William explained that he had left a map with the places of passage of their tour. “We told him where we are and he has to find us on the map, put a thumbtack and share it with others“, he confided during a visit to the emblematic site of Cahal Pech. The best way to get great grades in geography.