The royal couple, Prince Charles and Camila, have a 12-day trip to the Caribbean planned for next month. They are also expected to make a historic stop in Cuba, they are actually the first set of British royals to visit the country.
A statement issued by the British government has explained that the couple will be visiting the Spanish-speaking country on behalf of the British government. This is expected to foster the bilateral ties already budding between both countries. The Caribbean visit is expected to last from March 17 to 29.
They are also expected to visit St. Lucia, St. Kitts, Barbados, Grenada, Nevis, and St. Vincent. This will be significant in celebrating the Royal family’s relationship with the countries who are former British colonies. They are also going to be stopping over at the Cayman Islands, one of the British overseas territories.
The first stop will be St. Lucia on March 17 as Prince Charles will be a guest of honor at the country’s 40th Independence anniversary. From here they will move to Barbados, St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Kitts, and Nevis in that order. The final stop before visiting the Cayman Islands will be Cuba where they will stay the longest, from March 24 to 27.
The Prince and his wife are expected to grace the opening of the new airport in the Cayman Islands on March 27 before returning home.