How Kate Middleton and Prince William "Got on with the Job" in the Face of Obstacles While in Boston

07-12-2022

By Jawad Hussain

It wasn't easy for the Prince and Princess of Wales to travel to the US for the first time since 2014. Only a few hours before the couple's arrival in Boston on November 30.

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Domestic violence activist Ngozi Fulani claimed that when attending a Buckingham Palace function, a member of staff persistently questioned her about her race.

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On Wednesday, a representative for Prince William and Kate commented on the uproar, saying: "When I learned of the guest's experience, I was very upset.

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No place for racism in our culture. Because of these offensive remarks, it is appropriate that the person has resigned with immediate effect."

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There were scattered boos and "U-S-A" chants during Kate and William's appearance on the Jumbotron that night during the Boston Celtics game.

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The first trailer for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's docuseries was then made available on Netflix early on Thursday morning

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The royal couple, however, shown no indications of anxiety and remained focused on the issues they were there to promote.

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Such as Prince William's Earthshot Prize, which honours those who struggle to safeguard the environment.

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According to a royal source quoted in this week's edition of PEOPLE, "They were not sidetracked by anything and just got on with the work."

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In New York City, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have a rare “date night”: We Don’t Go Out Very Much

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