“We don’t want them to land on our land”

The couple was scheduled to visit the farm in the village of Indian Creek on Sunday, but that visit was eventually cancelled.

“We can confirm that due to sensitive matters involving the Indian Creek community, the tour has been moved to another location – further details will be provided in due course,” a Kensington Palace spokeswoman said. .

According to the Daily Mail, residents of the village of Indian Creek expressed their opposition to the arrival of the couple on Friday.

Indian Creek is in open conflict over a disputed property with Flora and Fauna International, a charity of which William is the sponsor. Residents were also opposed to the royal couple’s helicopter landing on the village football pitch, the tabloid reports.

“We don’t want them to land on our land, that’s the message we want to send. They might land anywhere but not on our land,” said Indian Creek Village President Sebastian Shol, quoted by the Daily Mail.

In addition to Belize, Prince William, second in line to the British throne, and Kate will travel to Jamaica and the Bahamas on this week-long official trip beginning Saturday and organized to mark Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee. II which celebrates in 2022 its 70 years of reign.

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