William and Kate put on united front on final leg of Caribbean tour amid backlash

William and Kate put on united front on final leg of Caribbean tour amid backlash

March 26, 2022

Prince William and Kate Middleton have arrived at the Daystar Evangelical Church, which was damaged by Hurricane Dorian.

The hurricane ravaged parts of the Bahamas in September 2019 and, over two years later, residents are still trying to rebuild their homes.

Aboco, a chain of islands that lie in the northern Bahamas, was one of the worst hit parts of the Bahamas, and was subjected to 185mph winds at the time of the hurricane. 75% of homes across the islands were damaged, and there was tragic loss of life.

Arriving at the church on Saturday 26 March, Kate, 40, wore a pink print shirt dress, paired with strappy wedges. To complete the look, the mum-of-three wore her hair in her signature loose curls.


Meanwhile, William wore a blue open-collared shirt coupled with a navy blue suit.

During their visit at the church, Kate and William met with people and families from across the community to heard first-hand what it was like to be on the island at the point the hurricane hit, and how people have come together to support each other during an incredibly difficult time.

The royal couple then went on to visit a memorial to pay tribute to those who lost their lives as a result of the natural disaster.

Later today, the Duke and Duchess will travel from Abaco to Grand Bahama.


Their Royal Highnesses will first pay a visit to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home which provides a loving home environment to vulnerable children who are not able to live with their families.

The Duke and Duchess will spend time with the children and hear from staff about how they provide a safe and secure environment which gives vital support to vulnerable children on the island.

They will then go on to visit 2021 Earthshot Prize Winner, Coral Vita, as their final engagement of their week-long tour.

William and Kate will be given a tour of Coral Vita’s home Grand Bahama by co-founder Sam Teicher.

They will see for themselves how the coral is grown and hear more about Coral Vita’s ambitious plans to preserve threatened ecosystems globally for the future, which are being supported and scaled with thanks to support from The Earthshot Prize.

In the early hours of tomorrow morning, Kate and William will board a plane home back to the UK.

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