Guillermo and Kate, more ‘in love’ than ever, face the episode of racism in Buckingham from Boston

boston falls in love with Guillermo y Kate with this image so in love while attending the Celtics game. The heir and his wife, who landed in the US city on Wednesday the 30th, face their three-day trip to the US with a huge stone in the way: the new episode of racism that darkens the brightness of Buckingham. This time the story does not come from Meghan Marklesister-in-law of Guillermo, but of his godmother, lady Susan Husseylady-in-waiting of the Queen isabel II and assistant of Camilla. The facts have seen the light the same day that the princes of Wales arrived in Boston.

The episode took place in London, in an act against gender violence, which the queen consort presided over. One of the participants, Ngozi Fulani, president of the NGO Sistah Space, was repeatedly interrogated by Hussey, who asked him repeatedly about his origin and his nationality. The tone of the conversation drifted to “where do you really come from? where do your people come from?” To which the director of the NGO replied: “My people? Madam, what is this?” This episode has been condemned by Guillermo, with a resounding “it is unacceptable”; and also by the Royal House itself, which has forced Hussey to resign.

In this delicate setting, the princes of Wales face a three-day business trip on the occasion of the Eco Earthshot Awards. The flagship of the foundation that they preside over and the cornerstone of their fight against climate change.

On their first day of travel, the heir and his wife were received by the Governor of Massachusetts, Maura Healey, and the city’s mayor, Michelle Wu, who were kind enough to illuminate the city with green lights, the color of the eco awards, which the eldest son of Carlos and Kate will deliver this Friday the 2nd. Later they attended the Boston Celtics basketball game against the Miami Heat. In the stands, the princes were very complicit. At one point during the meeting, their live images appeared on the giant TV screens and some fans began to chant “USA, USA”.