During their visit to Wales yesterday, well wishers asked Prince William and Kate Middleton about their children Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louis – and William told of a family tradition they have before the royal couple leave for workThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge juggle their roles of parents to their three children with their royal duties. The couple travels up and down the country on engagements and even abroad with Kate visiting Denmark last week and Prince William travelling to Dubai last month.
It’s only on rare occasions that their kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis accompany their parents to public events – and most of the time stay at home. But William has revealed the fun family tradition they all like to get involved in before he or his wife has to leave for work. During a visit to Wales yesterday, both William and Kate visited the town of Abergavenny, where they were greeted by scores of wellwishers.
According to PEOPLE magazine, one of those was local Liz Brewer, who asked William how his children were getting on. And he replied: “The children are very well, thank you. “They are always asking us where we are going. And we show them where we are on the map.” Later this month, the Cambridges will have to make sure they have a world map in order to show George, Charlotte and Louis where they are headed.
That’s because they will be travelling to the Caribbean for a week-long trip to help mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The tour starts on March 19 and will take in Belize, Jamaica and The Bahamas before ending on March 26. Kensington Palace said William and Kate will visit historic Mayan sites and celebrate the rich culture of the Garifuna community in Belize, as well as explore the country’s biodiversity.
In Jamaica, they will engage with the Jamaican Defence Force and celebrate the legacy of Bob Marley and other ground-breaking Jamaican musicians alongside potential stars of the future. In the Bahamas, the Cambridges will visit a number of islands and experience a world-famous junkanoo parade.
The pair has asked to meet as many local people as possible, Kensington Palace said. A spokeswoman added: “Their Royal Highnesses are very much looking forward to the visit, which will be their first joint official overseas tour since the onset of Covid-19 in 2020.”