Prince William was already clear during the trip that something had to change here and he is said to have spoken to his advisors about the fact that he wants to contribute his opinion and deal with questions such as “compensation” for the injustice committed through slavery.
“He certainly won’t be speaking publicly on a regular basis but he thinks if the monarchy has something to say they should say it,” a source told the Daily Mail.
He also hit that point with his speech at the end of the acting tour. “I know this trip has put more emphasis on questions about the past and the future BelizeAnd Jamaica and the Bahamas, it is up to the people to decide the future. But we really enjoyed spending time with the communities in all three countries and learning more about the issues that are most important to them,” says William. They want to provide more support in this regard, but not “tell people what they have to do.”
But, says a palace insider, William has one big plus: “He listens to people and has a very clear vision of the future. He’s very open about what’s modern and relevant. He wants to take on his grandmother’s success and build on it in his own way.”
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