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Kate Middleton shone in a bright pink dress for an event she attended with her husband Prince William during their tour of Belize.
The Duchess of Cambridge turned her head in the glamorous attire of Cahal Pech, Belize on Monday night when she and William arrived at a special reception hosted by the Governor – General of Belize.
The famous royal couple’s Caribbean trip of Queen Elizabeth II Platinum cars. The trip aims to strengthen Britain’s ties to Commonwealth countries as the Queen celebrates 70 years on the throne.
The 40-year-old Duchess wore a metallic pink dress with ruffled sleeves by The Vampire’s Wife. William chose a blue suit.
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Kate wore her hair smooth with a parting in the middle and hid it behind her ears. She provided the look with a Mayan clutch and cool round earrings.
The reception was also attended by local leaders and officials.
The couple’s smart looks differed from the casual clothes they stepped into earlier in the day while visiting Caracol, an iconic ancient Mayan archeological site deep in the jungle of the Chiquibul Forest.
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Kate wore a simple white shirt and olive green pants for the outing, while William wore green pants and a matching button down shirt.
The couple has been making headlines for their visit to Belize for a number of reasons since landing in the country over the weekend. On Monday, the couple went viral after showing off their dance moves during a trip to the coastal village of Hopkins in Belize on Sunday.
Hopkins is the cultural center of the Garifuna community in Belize. The couple danced the local “punta” and enjoyed a Hudutu broth meal. At one point, William was busy recording when he hit the dance floor with a 57-year-old local named Laura Cacho.
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“They are an amazing couple and we would love for them to come anytime with their children Charlotte, George and Louis,” said Cacho, who helped organize the event. magazine people.
“They really know how to dance,” she said. “They took the culture from me and I didn’t have to teach them. They are so good at it. They were excellent.”
However, the start of their Caribbean trip was marked by controversy, after protests against colonialism forced the couple to cancel their first stopover in Belize. The two dropped as planned their plans to visit a cocoa farm in Belize.
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The royal couple’s office at Kensington Palace said in a statement to Fox News Digital that “due to sensitive issues involving the Indian Creek community, the visit has been moved to another location.”
The Belize government said “another meeting place has been selected to showcase the entrepreneurial spirit of the Maya family in the cocoa industry.”
According to local reports, a protest was held on Friday against the royal visit to the cocoa farm Akte ‘il Ha in the village of Indian Creek at the foot of the Maya Mountains. The Belizean newspaper Channel 7 reported that there was a dispute between the villagers and Flora and Fauna International, a charity that William supports as a patron.
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The couple will also travel to Jamaica, where they will celebrate the legacy of Bob Marley and the island’s rich musical and sporting heritage. They end their journey in the Bahamas, where they will participate in a sailing regatta in honor of the queen’s platinum anniversary.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.