Prince William: we want the best for the Commonwealth | Lealea and the Famous News

Prince William added that the British royal family only wanted the “best” for the people of the Commonwealth.

After Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness confirmed to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge that the country was seeking “independence”, the 39 -year -old king wrapped up their trip to the Caribbean on Saturday ( 26.03.22) by pledging to support the community regardless of who they choose to “lead his or her family into the future”.

He said in a statement: “I know this trip has brought up important questions about the past and the future. In Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas, that’s the time. it will come to those who decide.

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“Foreign travel is a time for reflection. And you are great. What do the Prime Ministers think. The hopes and aspirations of the school children. Everyday challenges facing families and communities.

“We are very excited to spend time with communities in all three countries, to further understand the issues facing them.”

The second line to the British throne added: “Catherine and I are committed to service. For us it doesn’t tell people what to do. It’s about service and supporting them in the same ways that they think is best, by using the threshold we are lucky.

“That’s why trips like this reaffirm our desire to serve the people of the Commonwealth and listen to communities around the world. Whoever the Commonwealth chooses to lead its family to the future is not what I think.The important thing for us is that the Commonwealth family can create a future for the founders, and our commitment serve and support as much as we can. “

The arrival of the British royal family on the Caribbean island on Tuesday (22.03.22) was marked by protests seeking the repatriation of slaves from the monarchy amid calls for To release the queen as head of state.

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In response, William expressed “great sorrow” for the abuse.

The Cambridges attended a dinner and reception hosted by the Governor General of Jamaica at the King’s House in Kingston, Jamaica, where the king condemned the “disgraceful” slave trade.

Speaking on the fifth day of their Caribbean voyage, he said: “I want to express my deep sorrow. Slavery is an abomination.

“While the pain is deepening, Jamaica continues to work on its future with determination, courage and strength.

“The energy and spirit of the Jamaican people, expressed in your flag and your language, celebrates an invincible spirit.

“I strongly agree with my father, the King of Wales, who said in Barbados last year that the horrific atrocities of perpetual slavery will hold our history.”

William called his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, a “great love” for Jamaica.


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