Prince William and Kate to Visit Wales as Part of the Platinum Jubilee
Prince William and Kate Middleton will soon be heading to Wales, where they’ve made many fond and happy memories, as part of the Queen’s grand Platinum Jubilee.
In the coming weeks, the royals will be spreading cheer to each of the nations within the United Kingdom.
Prince William and Kate to Return to Wales as Part of the Royal Tours on Jubilee Weekend
While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge might have met at St. Andrew’s Scotland, it was in Wales that their relationship took a step further to improve their intimacy. The couple had a home on the island of Anglesey before and after their 2011 marriage, and this makes them the first royal couple to live together before marriage.
Ahead of their wedding, William was still rounding up his Royal Air Force training, prompting Kate to move in with him. The pair shared a four bedroom farmhouse on the Bodorgan Estate that remarkably features a private beach.
After their iconic royal wedding, the couple continued to live there and welcomed their first child Prince George there.
Shortly after George’s birth, the Cambridges relocated to their current home, Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace.
Even though it’s been years since they left the neighborhood, William said of the place: “This island has been our first home together, and it will always be an immensely special place for us both. Catherine and I look forward to returning again and again over the coming years with our family.”
Prince William and Duchess Kate to Travel to Wales as Part of the Upcoming Jubilee
Over the course of the Platinum Jubilee’s four-day weekend, members of the royal family will visit each of the nations within the U.K. as a means to spread the celebrations.
Princess Anne will be traveling to Scotland, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex will be heading to Northern Island and the Cambridges will be visiting Wales. More details about the engagements will be revealed later on.
This won’t be the first time that the Cambridges will be touching down in Wales this year. In order to mark St. David’s Day, Prince William and Kate visited Abergavenny and Blaenavon in Wales on March 1.
As part of their engagements on the trip, the pair met farmers and were welcomed outside Abergavenny market by a cheering crowd.
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