Prince William and Kate Middleton go scuba diving on secret date during Royal Tour
22 March 2022, 18:43 | Updated: 14 April 2022, 10:13
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared details of the secret stop during their Royal Tour of the Caribbean.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kept this stop of their Royal Tour of the Caribbean private, but shared video footage and pictures from the experience on their social media.
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At one point, the couple can be seen giving the signal of 'OK' to one another as they swim alongside a shark.
Prince William and Kate Middleton go scuba diving along world’s second largest barrier reef
Prince William can be heard in a voice over saying: "It's been really fantastic to see the underwater environment in Belize and what wonderful work they do to protect the coral and the fish life."
He continues: "Belize's work on marine protection is world-leading, which is crucial when you're protecting the world's second largest barrier reef.
"It's clear to see the Belizeans value their environment, whether it is the marine environment or the land environment."
Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world 🐠🐟🦈. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/KDRbhM1tz5— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) March 22, 2022
Eagle-eyed fans also think they spotted the couple holding hands towards the end of the video as they come out of the water.
One person commented on the post: "I swear they were holding hands at the end. Floated to the surface together?", while another replied: "What an incredible marriage they have. True partners!"
The couple shared a caption alongside the video and pictures which reads: "Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world.
"While the effects of climate change are evident, the Government of Belize and communities across the country deserve huge recognition for their efforts to restore this incredible marine environment - with a commitment to protect 30% of it by 2030."
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