Kate and William: Their last trip to the Caribbean will be VERY expensive for the British

According to Mirror’s revelations, Kate Middleton’s and Prince Williams’ trip to the Caribbean would have cost British taxpayers dearly. Not sure this news will please everyone.

  • Last March, Prince William and Kate Middleton went on a Caribbean trip
  • But according to Mirrorthese travels cost the British a small fortune
  • Bad news when you know that crown spending has risen sharply

March last year, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton traveled to the Caribbean to meet the people of Belize, the Bahamas or even Jamaica. According to the revelations of Mirrorthis trip would have been very expensive for the British taxpayers, as the cost would be around £ 226,000. A message that will certainly not please the people of the United Kingdom, who had already seen how much this trip to the Caribbean had been heavily criticized, especially by the people on the ground. According to many observers, these various journeys had given the impression that the crown was showing its power “colonial”.

The use of an open Land Rover, driven by a Jamaican soldier, had created real unrest. In fact, for some, this sequence “looked like a scene from The Crown”. So this revelation of Mirror over the cost of Kate Middleton and Prince William makes people cringe. Especially since the last financial year, The monarchy is already said to have spent £ 102.4 million. Sir Michael Stevens, who is none other than the guardian of the private wallet, meanwhile says that these expenses are under control as the monarchy has received a grant of £ 86.3 million to finance its official functions.

Crown expenses highlighted

He stated as follows: “Sovereign Grant shows an increase in net spending to 102.4m, an increase of 17%, with the majority of the increase in spending coming from the Buckingham Palace maintenance program, which saw a 41% increase in spending to £ 54.6m”. To maintain Buckingham Palace, a £ 369 million maintenance contract was signed and includes updating the electrical wiring, plumbing and heating in Buckingham Palace over 10 years.

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to meet the people of Belize, the Bahamas or even Jamaica.

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According to Mirror’s revelations, this trip would have cost British taxpayers dearly,

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as the cost would be around £ 226,000.

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A message that will certainly not please the people of the United Kingdom

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Prince William and Kate Middleton
who had already seen how much this trip to the Caribbean had been heavily criticized, especially by the people there.

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Kate Middleton
According to many observers, these various journeys had given the impression that the crown showed its “colonial” power.

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Kate Middleton
The use of an open Land Rover, driven by a Jamaican soldier, had created real unrest.

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To some, this sequence actually looked like “a scene from The Crown”.

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So this revelation from the Mirror about the expenses of Kate Middleton and Prince William is making people cringe.

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Especially since during the last fiscal year the monarchy would have already spent £ 102.4 million.

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Sir Michael Stevens, who is none other than the guardian of the private purse, confirms that these expenses are under control,

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when the monarchy received a grant of £ 86.3 million to fund its official functions.

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He said: “The sovereign appropriation shows an increase in net expenditure to 102.4 million.

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“up 17%, with the bulk of the increase in spending coming from the Buckingham Palace maintenance program,”

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“which saw a 41% increase in spending to £ 54.6m”.

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To maintain Buckingham Palace,

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a maintenance contract of £ 369m. has been signed

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and includes updating Buckingham Palace electrical wiring, plumbing and heating over 10 years.

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Nevertheless, this new announcement does not strengthen the royal couple’s opponents.

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This trip to the Caribbean will have marked Prince William and Kate Middleton

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