The Duchess, 40, and her husband, 39, were grinning from ear to ear as they enjoyed a day out at the Maya cacao farm in the coastal town of Hopkins.
The royal couple were treated to a delightful welcome dance and at one point Kate was gifted a pair of wooden maracas.
And it was the Duchess’ dress that stole the show, with the mum-of-three opting for a long blue pattered number with florals on by designer Tory Burch, which retails for £227, which she partnered with statement blue earrings and wedge sandals.
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Laura Cacho, 57, who is a local organiser, managed to dance with Prince William, and said: “They were shaking their waists like nobody’s business.”
Prince William looked the part in a blue shirt and blue chinos on the second day of their eight-day trip round the Caribbean.
During the day, the pair were told about how the Mayans cultivate cacao trees, process cacao beans and make chocolate, and they were given the chance to get involved.
William and Kate also planted a tree in a nod to the Queen on the trip that marks the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Kate got involved and grinded up some cacao nibs during the our, and they were taken around by a farmer to talk them through the process.
They will stay in Belize for three nights and are also expected to visit historic Mayan sites and to celebrate the culture of the Garifuna community.
William is passionate about the environment so the pair will also take the time to explore Belize’s biodiversity.
Local residents protested earlier this week forcing the royal couple to cancel their first royal appointment in Belize.
Protestors are reported to have described the visit from the royals as “colonialism” and a “slap in the face”.
Meanwhile, a number of issues had been reported by local Belize media outlet Channel 7, including claims of a dispute between residents of Indian Creek village in Belize’s Toledo District and Flora and Fauna International, the conservation charity William supports as patron.
And, the landing site for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s helicopter is also said to have sparked anger amongst residents, as they were not consulted about the location of the landing, which took place on a local football pitch.
Following on from their trip to Belize The Duke and Duchess will move on to Jamaica and then the Bahamas.
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