Are Prince William & Kate going to Wales next week to celebrate Black History Month?

It’s honestly quite comical how Prince William seems to have vanished into thin air after his big “I Wanna Be A Global Statesman” trip to New York. We haven’t seen a glimpse of him since last week. Now, it’s clear that his father, Prince Charles, ordered him and Kate to lay low during his important French tour. However, that doesn’t quite explain why William has been avoiding work altogether this week. It’s almost as if he’s desperately trying to divert attention away from the Sussexes and their Invictus Games. And let’s not forget that William’s trip to NYC was clearly an attempt to follow in the footsteps of the Sussexes’ numerous visits to the Big Apple.

Now, the Cambridges have decided that it’s time for them to make an appearance again. They are heading to Wales to celebrate Black History Month, and boy, are we in for a treat. William and Kate will be gracing us with their presence in a couple of photo-ops with some Black people, and then they’ll make their way to a local school to have a chat about how Black history is taught. On the surface, these events seem good in theory. But we all know that the execution is going to be a disaster. I can already picture them with their wigs askew, making jazz hands, and wearing their white-power suits. And let’s not forget their usual lack of preparedness. It’s just the classic Bill and Cathy experience, folks.

In case you were wondering, this will be their first appearance in Wales since they showed up over an hour late for their “tribute” to the Queen on her death anniversary. Yeah, real class acts, those two. But I digress.

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the stunning photographs we have of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They truly capture their essence. From Prince William’s visit with Catherine Duchess of Cambridge during their trip to ELEVATE at Brixton House in London, where they met with the younger generations of the British-Caribbean community to mark Windrush Day, to their appearance at the unveiling of the National Windrush Monument at Waterloo Station, they’ve really left their mark. These images are editorial rights-managed, so please contact INSTAR Images for any licensing fee and rights information.

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All in all, get ready, folks. The Prince and Princess of White Supremacy are about to make a grand entrance in Wales for Black History Month. It’s going to be quite the show. Stay tuned for the inevitable cringe-worthy moments and the unforgettable fashion choices.

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