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The Cambridges take the Caribbean

It might be time for Wills and Kate to dust of their best tropical attire with fresh reports the family of four is headed to the Caribbean for a royal tour.

By Bella Brennan
Since the birth of their second child, Princess Charlotte, in May, the Cambridge clan have been keeping a low profile at their country residence in Anmer Hall in Norfolkshire.
But according to The Mail On Sunday, Prince William, Duchess Catherine and their two children Prince George, two, and Princess Charlotte, three months, are preparing to commence their first royal tour as a family of four.
The publication claims the royal family will embark on an official circuit of the Caribbean around February or March next year.
While gorgeous George charmed the masses in 2014 during the family’s tour of Australia and New Zealand, this will be the first time William and Catherine bring along their darling daughter.
It's believed Catherine, pictured with husband William during a tour of the Solomon Islands in 2012, has even re-jigged her annual family holiday to make way for the royal tour.
Although there’s been no official confirmation from Kensington Palace, the MOS claims the mother-of-two has re-jigged the dates for her annual family holiday to the Island of Mustique.
The Middletons usually jet off to the idyllic island around February however it’s believed their jaunt will instead take place in November this year to accommodate for their upcoming schedule.
“Nothing is certain yet but these things must be planned miles in advanced. It certainly won’t be a holiday,” A royal source told the publication.
It’s believed the Cambridges will be visiting The Bahamas, The British Virgin Islands and The Cayman Islands.
If the reports are indeed true, this will mark the Cambridges first royal tour as a family of four!

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