The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to visit the eastern Asian nation in 2015. The royal couple is expected to make a historic conciliatory trip to China to re-establish political relationships. Royal sources expect the tour will restore the harm caused by Prince Charles’ chauvinism. Keep reading to find out the details.
According to Daily Mail UK, the planning of the trip is at present underway and would probably take place after Prince William finishes his pilot training for the East Anglican air ambulance.
The Kensington Palace, on the other hand, announced that the prince decided to leave his military career as a Search and Rescue pilot at RAF Valley on Anglesey. He previously spent seven years in the service. He is now planning to donate all of his salary from his upcoming job to charity. The Sunday Times reported that he will receive the sum of £40,000 from East Anglican.
The trip is anticipated to reinstate the diplomatic relations between the two countries hampered by Prince Charles and Prime Minister David Cameron’s meeting with the Dalai Lama in May 2012. Prince Charles’ described the Chinese officials as “appalling old waxworks.” Public attention was drawn to his remarks when his notes were published by the Mail on Sunday. In 2005, the British Mail on Sunday exposed Prince Charles’s diary entries, where he referred to the transfer as the “Great Chinese Takeaway” and the Chinese officials as “appalling old waxworks”.
In another reported extract, Zemin and Charles look on as British and Chinese soldiers march past during the ceremony. Later Prince Charles described the ceremony as an “awful Soviet-style” performance. British royal also rucksack the speech by President Jiang Zemin as “propaganda”, full with noisy cheering and described it as “by the bussed-in party faithful at the suitable moment in the text.” He also scoffed at the People’s Liberation Army’s goose-steps in the ceremony. He also stated his tour on the Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia out of Hong Kong was strictly watched by Chinese warships.
British Foreign Office officials also anticipating that this time royal couple may help re-establish association after a political argument broke out with China in 2012. In May 2012, David Cameron and his Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg
“Next year’s tours for the Duke and Duchess are currently being considered, discussed and assigned. They will be announced in due course,” stated a Kensington Palace spokesman. The accurate dates of the potential trip have yet to be revealed.
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