Royal Family News: Is It True That William and Kate ‘ignored requests’ to Stop Their UK Train Tour?

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William And KateBritish royal family news reveals some new dirt regarding the controversial late 2020 national train trip made by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Kate Middleton. Throughout the pandemic, they mainly made virtual calls to keep their scheduled events. They also wrote letters to their charities and tried, in general, to be a positive presence despite Prince William reportedly having COVID at one point.

For a brief window of time, the coronavirus protocols were lifted and that’s when William and Kate resumed their engagements in person and went on a grand train trip to personally thank essential workers.

Royal Family News – Kate And William Took A Grand Train Ride

But not everyone was thrilled with their effort to lift morale. Some citizens and politicians questioned the trip because the guidelines permitted only ‘essential’ travel.

The train tour lasted three days and covered 1,250 miles. Now, following a Freedom of Information request, emails have been obtained by the Scottish newspaper The National. They show that the Scottish government twice communicated with the royal household, voicing concerns about the ‘major impact’ the trip would have. Apparently, royal aides ‘ignored requests to postpone travel’, according to BAZAAR.

Royal Family News – Are Kate And William Essential After All?

John Somers is the principal private secretary to Scotland’s first minister and allegedly he stated that the tour might be interrupted because ‘at the moment the chances of the tour having to be postponed are potentially quite high.’ Also, the head of the cabinet, parliament, and governance, James Hynd, apparently contacted the Palace, saying that the new set of restrictions would, ‘likely to have a major impact on the plans you are working on.’

On top of that Scottish politician, Deidre Brock told the paper that the royal family should have, ‘enough empathy to respect what people are going through rather than looking for publicity.’

Royal Family News – Were Kate and William Wrong To Go On Their Royal Train Trip?

The new info will no doubt stir up debate on what had been a contentious issue. There are diehards who think that the royals made a big mistake by going on their train trip, even though their intentions seemed to be good. The stated goal was to lift the spirits of the country and for the couple to make a personal effort to thank the hard-working men and women who shouldered a great burden. Were they right or wrong?

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with the royal family. Come back here often for royal family spoilers, news, and updates.

Royal Family News – Is It True That William And Kate ‘Ignored Requests’ To Stop Their UK Train Tour?

British royal family news reveals some new dirt regarding the controversial late 2020 national train trip made by Prince William and Kate Middleton. Throughout the pandemic, they mainly made virtual calls to keep their scheduled events. They also wrote letters to their charities and tried, in general, to be a positive presence despite Prince William reportedly having COVID at one point.

For a brief window of time, the coronavirus protocols were lifted and that’s when William and Kate resumed their engagements in person and went on a grand train trip to personally thank essential workers.

Royal Family News – Kate And William Took A Grand Train Ride

But not everyone was thrilled with their effort to lift morale. Some citizens and politicians questioned the trip because the guidelines permitted only ‘essential’ travel.

The train tour lasted three days and covered 1,250 miles. Now, following a Freedom of Information request, emails have been obtained by the Scottish newspaper The National. They show that the Scottish government twice communicated with the royal household, voicing concerns about the ‘major impact’ the trip would have. Apparently, royal aides ‘ignored requests to postpone travel’, according to BAZAAR.

Royal Family News – Are Kate And William Essential After All?

John Somers is the principal private secretary to Scotland’s first minister and allegedly he stated that the tour might be interrupted because ‘at the moment the chances of the tour having to be postponed are potentially quite high.’ Also, the head of a cabinet, parliament, and governance, James Hynd, apparently contacted the Palace, saying that the new set of restrictions would, ‘likely to have a major impact on the plans you are working on.’

On top of that Scottish politician, Deidre Brock told the paper that the royal family should have, ‘enough empathy to respect what people are going through rather than looking for publicity.’

Royal Family News: Were Kate and William Wrong to go on their Royal Train Trip?

The new info will no doubt stir up debate on what had been a contentious issue. There are diehards who think that the royals made a big mistake by going on their train trip, even though their intentions seemed to be good. The stated goal was to lift the spirits of the country and for the couple to make a personal effort to thank the hard working men and women who shouldered a great burden. Were they right or wrong?

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with the royal family. Come back here often for royal family spoilers, news and updates.

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