Prince William and Kate may have left their children behind as they are touring the Caribbean, but Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis have their ways of keeping tabs of their every move!
During a reception at the CanalPech ruins, Prince William revealed George’s smart ways to keep up with them. And being the good brother he is, he also shares the information with his younger siblings Charlotte and Louis.
He said: “We let them know where we are and he finds us on the map and puts a pin in it and shares with the others.”
While there, Prince William also spoke about his grandmother, The Queen. He said: “I am honoured to convey the very warmest wishes from my grandmother, The Queen of Belize, on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee.
“She always speaks so fondly of her visits to Belize, which of course included a memorable stop here at Cahal Pech in 1994. And she may have mentioned something about a gibnut.”
Kate and Prince William are touring the Caribbean as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Ad few hours ago, they have arrived in Jamaica.
Duchess Kate stepped out of the plane donning a yellow dress by Roksanda, paying tribute to Jamaica’s flag colors.
The royal couple was welcomed by a line-up of dignitaries including former Miss World Lisa Hanna from the People’s Nation Party, representing leader of the Opposition Mark Golding, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith and Chief of the defence staff Rear Admiral Antonette Wemess Gorman.
Meanwhile, Jamaica is currently debating whether to sever ties with the Queen, 60 years after the former colony gained its independence.
Prince William and Kate are apparently aware of the situation and the protests. Therefore, William is expected for the first time to acknowledge the issue of slavery in a speech at a banquet in Kingston tomorrow.