The Cambridges’ Caribbean trip has some surprising highlights to offer. During a visit to the festival, William and Kate caught the dance fever.
Hopkins – It’s rare to see the ducal couple of Cambridge so relaxed. Duchess Kate (40) and Prince William (39) have been traveling in the Caribbean for a few days, where they not only represent Queen Elizabeth II (95), but also combine work and pleasure.
The parents of three’ week-long trip started off with a hitch. William and Kate had to cancel their first stop in Belize, a visit to a cocoa farm in Indian Creek, due to protests, but apparently they didn’t let it spoil their good mood. In the beautifully situated village of Hopkins, the royal guests were welcomed with open arms. On the second day of their trip, Prince William and his wife attended the Festival of Garifuna Culture to learn more about the culture of the ethnic group.
24royal.de* shows a video of Williams and Kate’s dance routine during their Caribbean trip.
The ducal couple was even able to demonstrate their sense of rhythm and promptly hit the dance floor. With a warm smile on her lips, Duchess Kate, in a floral dress by Tory Burch, enjoyed the music of the Garifuna in the midst of the local residents. Prince William was asked to dance by organizer Laura Cacho (57), who later happily reported that a dream had come true for her. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA