- 12 февраля, 02:51
- Wall Street Cheat Sheet
It’s a new year which means the British Royal Family already has a ton of events and tours lined up on their schedules. Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are headed to Morocco in late Feb. 2019, and Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles are planning a royal tour to Cuba.
The future King of England and his wife will be the first members of the British Royal Family in over 50 years to visit Cuba. No member of the royal family has stepped foot on the island since it came under communist rule. Though Prince Charles is an avid traveler –it looks like Parker Bowles is nervous about their upcoming travels to the northern Carribean island.
Why are Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles visiting Cuba?
Rumors have been swirling about the royal couple’s historic visit to Cuba since November 2018. Though Clarence House has yet to officially confirm the royal tour –during a visit the U.K. Supreme Court, the Duchess of Cornwall did chat about the upcoming visit.
Typically, royal tours are planned by the United Kingdom’s Foreign Office. Members of the British Royal Family are seen as ambassadors who visit with a country’s leaders and engage with its citizens. Though former American President Barack Obama visited the country in 2016 –no British Prime Minister has ever visited communist Cuba. The prince and the
Are Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles excited about visiting Cuba?
According to Baroness Lucy Hale, the President of the Supreme Court –the prince and
Prince Charles loves to travel in style, bringing along his butler, two valets, a private secretary, typist, chef, and handful of bodyguards wherever he goes. Therefore, we think the trip will be as plush and stress-free as the royals can make it.
The real reason Camilla Parker Bowles is nervous about visiting Cuba
Unlike her husband, the Duchess of Cornwall is a homebody and she actually has a pretty bad fear of flying. In 2018, the
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