On the last day of the Platinum Jubilee Royal Tour of the Caribbean, The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge travelled to Great Abaco, located in a chain of islands and barrier cays in the north of the Bahamas.
The Abaco Islands were left devastated by Hurricane Dorian in 2019, with more than 75% of all the homes on the island were either damaged or destroyed. The Duke and Duchess visited Daystar Evangelical Church to meet with people whose lives were shattered by Dorian.
This was followed by a remembrance service at Abaco’s Memorial Wall to honor the many people who lost their lives in the hurricane.
Afterwards, William and Kate meet locals and paid a visit to a Fish Fry – a quintessentially Bahamian culinary gathering place serving authentic local cuisine all throughout The Bahamas.
For their final joint engagement of the day, the Duke and Duchess visited The Grand Bahama Children's Home in Freeport, Bahamas. Since it was established in 1977 by the local community, the home has cared for over 900 children and provides a loving home environment to vulnerable children who are not able to live with their families.
Later, Prince William will make a solo visit to a nearby coral farm, and this evening the couple will board a flight bound for home.
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