Prince Willam And Duchess Kate Reportedly Have Regrets Following Their Ill-Fated Caribbean Tour

April 1, 2022 / Posted by:

You don’t necessarily have to watch The Crown to keep up with Royal-family drama because their real lives are way more interesting. In today’s episode of Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s ongoing Caribbean saga, the Cambridges are ready to mend their tattered relationship with the three Caribbean nations they visited recently.

William and Kate initially thought their trip to the Caribbean would be a magical adventure featuring smiles of adoring fans who were happy to bask in their illuminated royal glory. However, their lengthy foray into Belize, Jamaica, and the Bahamas proved to be more of a teachable moment than a fun “work” trip. The Daily Mail reports their first stop in Belize at a cocoa farm had to be canceled due to protests from citizens of Indian Creek, who wanted no parts of their visit.

The indigenous Q’eqchi Maya people say they were not consulted about William and Kate’s visit and this week held a community meeting that was followed by yesterday’s protest.

Sebastian Shol, chairman of Indian Creek village, said: ‘We don’t want them to land on our land, that’s the message that we want to send. They could land anywhere but not on our land.’

If the phrase “You can’t sit with us” was a country, Belize would be Regina George. Next on their tour, they hit up Jamaica, where Bob Marley’s “One Love” was definitely not played prior to their arrival. A day after they landed, Jamaican government officials took one look at the royals and screamed “We Quit This Bitch!as they began the process of breaking away from the Commonwealth to establish independence. And the day prior to their visit one hundred concerned citizens of Jamaica penned an open letter to the Royals that was not a Thank You card.

“We are of the view an apology for British crimes against humanity, including but not limited to the exploitation of the indigenous people of Jamaica, the transatlantic trafficking of Africans, the enslavement of Africans, indentureship and colonialization is necessary to begin a process of healing, forgiveness, reconciliation and compensation,” the letter said.

The letter even went on to say that the Royals can attribute their wealth to years of “trafficking and enslavement of Africans.”

Prince William attempted to address the situation and it only made things worse. Primarily because he never uttered the words “sorry.”  And this trend also followed them during their time in the Bahamas with more protests and now in the aftermath of their unexpected woke experience, Us Weekly reports that The Cambridges want to mend the mistakes of their past moving forward.

An unexpected reckoning. Prince William and Duchess Kate “are overwhelmed with remorse” following their tense tour through the Caribbean, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

The royal couple “were looking forward” to visiting Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas, per the insider. “It was certainly more challenging than expected given the protests. They obviously know the history, but being there during the protests was a real eye-opener.”

Since returning back to London, William and Kate have already begun thinking of ways to “strengthen their relationship” with other leaders within the Commonwealth, the source tells Us, adding, “They can’t change what has happened in the past so are focusing on future.”

The duo plan on “working closely with former colonies” and will likely be embarking on “additional oversees humanitarian work” in the near future. “Obviously William and Kate want the former colonies to remain part of the commonwealth,” the insider says. “But [they] will support whatever decision they make, including becoming independent.”

As tensions boil over abroad, the duke and duchess “have organized a meeting with the Palace to discuss their intentions and will put their point across even if it means being at odds with The Firm,” per the source. “They want what is right for the people.”

Well, my guess is that the only Royals who will do a tour through the Caribbean from now on will be Royal Caribbean cruise ships.

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