Bitch | Why are Prince Charles and Camilla going on a Canadian tour and why not?

The flop tour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was so bad that they had to go into hiding for two weeks after their return. In all honesty, they met at Prince Philip’s Memorial just two days after their return to the UK, post-flop, but since then, they’ve been in the air. Licking the wounds of their proverbs, hopefully the whole thing will blow up and they will be able to return to their regular, barely-determined edge. Following the colonial sh-tshow they needed to be recovered and not worked for weeks is quite significant. It is also worth noting that the rest of the Windsor group is suffering for not repeating any part of the flop tour. The Earl and Countess of Wessex will travel to the Caribbean later this month, and what they hope to do is not report. Princess Anne was sent to Australia, where people rarely realized she was visiting. And now Prince Charles and Camilla have announced another jubilee tour:

Following the controversial Caribbean tour of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Camilla, Cornwall, have announced their next major royal visit. Charles and Camilla will visit Canada in May in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee celebrations, Prince Charles’s office Clarence House announced Monday.

During their three-day visit, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, who celebrated their 17th anniversary over the weekend, will meet with local communities across Newfoundland and Labrador, the Canadian Capital Territory and the Northwest Territories. The trip will be Charles’ 19th in Canada and Camilla’s fifth. Their most recent tour was in the summer of 2017.

Charles and Camilla’s upcoming tour comes after Kate and William’s intense eight-day tour of Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas last month. For the first time, the royal couple faced a significant backlash during an official visit. Although they received a warm welcome from many locals, they also faced tensions in the Caribbean, where William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, was head of state.

In a statement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office said he and his wife, Sophie Charles, welcomed Camilla and “look forward to showing them some of the many reasons we are proud to be Canadians.” Trudeau said the visit would be “an opportunity for their Royal Highness to take part in various initiatives to honor the Queen’s service and dedication to our country and to meet inspired Canadians who make a difference in our community.”

[From People]

LMAO. There was some suggestion that it would prove that Charles was king with Will and Kate and set them up to fail, because Cambridge would probably get a better reception in Canada, I think. Personally, I think most of the Commonwealth countries would probably like to see Charles? He is far from being a coronavirus king, and I guarantee he would have conducted a Caribbean tour with more dignity and a less racist fall. It is also worth noting that Canada and Australia are (arguably) the largest and most important Commonwealth countries, and obviously the crown is more concerned with “folding” Canada and Australia as opposed to Jamaica and Belize. Thus, fixed hands (Chaz and Ann) are shipped to important countries.

Also: I remember William and Kate’s last trip to Canada, in 2016. They um, did not do well. They were so annoying, they rarely did anything, they made all these “rest days” where they went on day trips away from the media. Oh well, at least William and Kate probably won’t be “forced” to go on another tour for long.

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