From Somerset to Cuba, the Royals have been spotted all over the globe this week. Get the real news over the gossip in this week’s Royal News Round-Up!
Prince William will visit New Zealand in April to honour the victims of the terrorist attacks at Christchurch Mosque.
The Duke of Cambridge will meet with those affected by the Christchurch attack and will pay tribute to the extraordinary compassion and solidarity that the people of New Zealand have displayed in recent weeks. https://t.co/hpFrZOifj4— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) March 27, 2019
The Duke, who was invited to New Zealand by prime minister Jacinda Ardern, will meet with those affected by the attack and will pay tribute to the people of New Zealand.
Queen Elizabeth was greeted by hundreds of cheering primary school children when she arrived in Castle Cary, Somerset on the 28th of March.
During her visits, which was the Queen’s first time in Somerset since her 2012 Jubilee tour, Elizabeth II visited a racing stables, where she gave all the horses a carrot. She also attended an art gallery and King’s Bruton School, where she opened a new music centre.
England football captain Harry Kane visited Buckingham Palace last week to pick up his MBE for services to football.
The 25-year-old, who scored the most goals during the world cup last summer, received his medal from the Duke of Cambridge last Thursday.
The Duchess of Cambridge headed to Epping, Essex, last week for a visit to the Scout’s headquarters.
⚜ The Duchess of Cambridge joined young children taking part in @UKScouting's pilot scheme to explore the potential of providing Scouting to children aged four and five — equipping them with the life skills and values of teamwork, leadership and resilience. pic.twitter.com/Ro4LhCz3rn— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) March 28, 2019
Dressed in black jeans and a burgundy jumper, the prince’s wife met with young scouts and joined them in their den building, boat building and balloon rocket activities, all of which are designed to improve communication and equip young people with skills they won’t learn in the classroom.
Kate Middleton said she would ‘love’ all three of her children to join the scouts when they are old enough.
Prince Charles and Camilla Enjoy Another Day In Cuba Charles and Camilla attended a classic car show during their trip to Cuba last week as part of their Carribean Tour.
The couple also visited the ‘Yellow Submarine Bar’ to listen to songs by The Beatles and the Areito EGREM Recording Studio where they met with Jazz musicians.
Charles and Camilla then separated to view different aspects of Cuban life, with Camilla visiting the Federation of Cuban Women and taking in a salsa performance while Charles visited the Mariel Solar Park and had a tour of an organic farm.
The pair’s next destination is the Cayman Islands.
Image courtesy of Kensington Palace / Twitter