Prince Edward and Countess Sophie
Protests also during her Caribbean trip
Prince Edward and Countess Sophie are currently in the Caribbean. There were also protests against Great Britain and the Queen on her trip.
This was expected in the run-up to Prince Edward (58) and Countess Sophie (57) one-week trip to the Caribbean: During their visit in honor of the Queen’s platinum anniversary (96), demonstrators also came to protest against the former colonial power Great Britain protest. According to the “Daily Mail” in St. Lucia Signs have also been seen saying “We want immediate reparations” or “The Queen must apologize for slavery.”
Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (40) were confronted with the same demands during their Caribbean trip. Their tour of Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas in March this year was also accompanied by protests.
Grenada canceled completely
Problems had arisen before Edward and Sophie left for the Caribbean. Immediately before the planned departure, the palace had according to the BBCthat the trip to Grenada has been postponed. Accordingly, this decision was made after speaking to the government of the island state and Governor General Cecile La Grenade (69).
The two of them set out last Friday, the stations are St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Antigua and Barbuda.