Prince William in the Caribbean: Reportedly

Prince William
Mistakes on a Caribbean trip that make him ‘froth with rage’

Arrival of Prince William and Duchess Catherine in the Bahamas.

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Prince William and Duchess Catherine’s trip across the Caribbean has been marred by controversy and protests. A royal expert now claims that William was “crazy behind the scenes”.

He smiled, shook hands and waved: From March 19 to 26, 2022, Prince William, 39, and Duchess Catherine, 40, will travel across the Caribbean and complete one date after the next. They always seem to be in a good mood, but appearances are deceiving, as Charlotte Griffiths, editor-in-chief of “Mail on Sunday” reveals.

Recordings from Jamaica cause horror

The royal expert claims that while William is “always smiling” during the tour, he will “look angry on the inside”. The reason: Protests and controversy overshadowed the trip, and calls for compensation for slavery and separation from the British monarchy grew.

In addition, recordings from Kingston, Jamaica, in particular, are currently causing horror. You can see Kate and William greeting some fans who were separated from the royal family with a wire fence. A scene currently sparking heated debate. “I really wonder what the palace organizers were thinking about some of yesterday’s photo moments. The planning and education that goes into every step of these events is at the highest level, so why hasn’t anyone thought about avoiding certain photos?” Among others, the confidant of Sussex Omid Scobie on Twitter.

It is said that Prince William “became afraid behind the scenes”.

The tense atmosphere and negative headlines should not go unnoticed by Prince William. “William went behind the scenes because he’s in a good mood and there are some real failures here,” said Charlotte Griffiths. The journalist asserts: “It must be really frustrating for them. They turn their hearts around and then there are huge mistakes that come out of nowhere.”

Duchess Catherine and Prince William

Robert Hardman, a biographer and columnist for the Daily Mail, believes the “rusty” organizers at the palace are to blame for these mistakes: “I feel like everyone is a little out of practice because there haven’t been any royal tours in years, especially in terms of planning” . The royal expert is also sure that “some questions will be asked” when Kate and William return home.

The issues Duchess Catherine and Prince William have to deal with at the latest during their flight home on Saturday, March 26.

Sources used: dailymail.co.uk, express.co.uk, twitter.com

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