Kate Middleton and William: the details of their next trip to the United States revealed

Still in mourning, Prince William and Kate Middleton are slowly preparing for their next official visit to the United States. This Thursday, September 22, Hello Magazine! revealed the details of the latter, which will take place next December.

A busy end of the year for the prince and princess of wales. Immersed in mourning since the death of Elizabeth II, on September 8, Kate Middleton and Prince William are gradually returning to their commitments. Among them, the preparation of their official trip to the United States, next December. This Thursday, September 22, Hello magazine! unveils the program this visit to the country of residence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

December 2 nextthe couple will indeed go to Boston for the second award ceremony of the Earthshot prize, rewarding the best innovations for the environment, founded by William with his Royal Foundation in 2020. The first summit was held in New York this Wednesday, but due to the national mourning, still observed in the United Kingdom until this Monday September 26, the Duke of Cambridge and his wife were not present. To mark the occasion, the heir to the Crown had all the same recorded a video message in which he said to himself “very happy” to fly to America in some months.

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The royal family, committed to the environment since the 1970s

In this video – his first speech since his grandmother’s state funeral on September 19 – the eldest of Charles III also paid tribute to his late queen by recalling his commitment to the environmental cause. “Environmental protection was a cause dear to my grandmother’s heart. And I know she would have been thrilled to hear about this event and the support you all give to our Earthshot finalists, the next generation of environmental trailblazers”he said, proud of the fights carried out by his family for several decades.

Because within British royalty, ecology has been a real concern since the 1970s. Charles III was even one of the first members of the Crown to commit to a more ecological society. In 1981, the monarch converts 440 hectares of its Highgrove farm to organic farming. The press and local farmers will not hesitate to make fun of this initiative and to nickname the eldest of Elizabeth II “prince of potatoes”. Later, the future king is even stronger: he transforms his Aston Martina gift from her mother for her 21st birthday, in order to make her roll with a base of waste wine and whey. A visionary.

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