Category: Royal Tour

Prince William And Duchess Kate’s Problematic Caribbean Tour Cost Taxpayers $275,000

June 30, 2022 / Posted by:

Prince William and Duchess Kate live in a luxurious 24-karat gold-plated bubble of ignorance (it’s one of the benefits that comes with being two of the most famous royals in the world). So of course when they went on an official tour of the Caribbean earlier this year, they likely assumed it would be nothing but flowers, handshakes, photo-ops, and bottomless platters of Welcome to Our Island! fruits and cheese. That’s not exactly what happened. Will and Kate’s visits to Belize, Jamaica, and the Bahamas were met with protests from locals who wanted to address the subject of colonialism, especially in the wake of Barbados declaring their independence and splitting from the British Commonwealth just a couple of months earlier. William and Kate reportedly had some regrets about showing up in several countries that really didn’t want them there. And it looks like non-royal British citizens can join them deckside on the S.S. Regrets, because that messy tour reportedly cost taxpayers $275,000.

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Prince William Addresses The End Of The Messy Royal Caribbean Tour

March 27, 2022 / Posted by:

Well, the Royal Tour (a.k.a. Prince William and Kate Middleton Get Run Out Of The Caribbean Tour) is finally over! Prince William and Kate have been visiting various countries associated with the British Commonwealth over the last few weeks, including Belize, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. The royal couple expected to be greeted by happy local citizens but instead were met with people who aren’t going to take it anymore! Waves of protests and calls for reparations marred their tour. Just a normal day for the modern-day royal family!

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Prince William Called Slavery “Abhorrent” But His Remarks Didn’t Go Over Too Well With Protestors In Jamaica

March 24, 2022 / Posted by:

On their final full day in Jamaica before heading to the Bahamas to continue their royal tour, aka the Gran, Can We Please Come Home This is Embarrassing Tour, Prince William and Duchess Kate attended a dinner hosted by the Governor General which was held at, where else, King’s House in Kingston. And as a future king, William had to give a speech in which he awkwardly addressed the elephant in the room by repeating what his father Prince Charles said about slavery the previous year in Barbados after they removed THE QUEEN as head of state. In his remarks, Will called slavery “abhorrent” and said “it should never have happened,” before sheepishly adding “he’s standing right behind me, isn’t he?” referring to the elephant that’s been following them around since their helicopter tried to land on it in Belize.

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So The Queen Has Cut 400 Summer Jobs Since Buckingham Palace Will Remain Closed To Visitors

May 22, 2020 / Posted by:

If your summer plans included traveling overseas to London, despite COVID-19 dangers (a “reverse Madonna”, if you will), you can forget about dropping those pounds on a tour of The Queen’s London pad. Buckingham Palace has corona-canceled its seasonal summer tour, forcing The Queen to lay off hundreds of temporary employees. Yeesh, this grand castle isn’t big enough for all these people to stay six feet apart from one another? How… paltry.

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Duchess Meghan Broke With Tradition Yet Again By Wearing Denim

September 24, 2019 / Posted by:

You know, I always thought the press was a little too harsh on Duchess Meghan. But now I’m not so sure. Maybe they haven’t been harsh enough because baby girl is acting a complete fool right now on the current royal tour of Africa with Prince Harry and Baby Archie. Get this, according to E!, Meghan once again broke with royal tradition by stepping out wearing a denim jacket. Now, I have to assume that she wasn’t wearing anything else. No pants and no drawers, because otherwise, how could the simple fact that she’s wearing a jean jacket at an outdoor event be noteworthy? It’s not like she was wearing Satanic nail polish again.

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