Prince William and Kate Middleton pack on rare PDA during Bahamas visit

Prince William and Kate Middleton were spotted packing on the PDA while visiting a Bahamian culinary gathering place.

Gathering places are found on every island of the Bahamas, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were treated to some unique culinary delights during their trip to Grand Bahama.

In one snap taken of the royal pair, both Kate and William, 39, looked astonished as they were presented with a quirky-looking type of seafood.

They were then photographed laughing with one another, as Kate, 40, endearingly placed her hand on top of her husband’s.

As well as trying some of the food for themselves, the mum-of-three got her hands dirty as she got involved with some of the preparations.

They also paid a visit to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home which provides a loving home environment to vulnerable children who are not able to live with their families.

Kate and William spent time with the children and heard from staff about how they provide a safe and secure environment which gives vital support to vulnerable children on the island.

Today, Saturday 26 March, marks the final day of the couple’s week-long tour of the Caribbean.

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The Duke and Duchess visited Belize, Jamaica and The Bahamas on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee.

Before chowing down on some of the island's delicacies,the two royals met with people who were impacted by Hurricane Dorinein Abaco.

The hurricane ravaged parts of the Bahamas in September 2019 and, over two years later, residents are still trying to rebuild their homes.

For today’s engagements, Kate wore a pink print shirt dress, paired with strappy wedges. To complete the look, she wore her hair in her signature loose curls.

Meanwhile, William wore a blue open-collared shirt coupled with a navy blue suit.

The couple are expected to return home to the UK in the early hours of tomorrow morning.

It’s believed the Duke and Duchess plan on taking their three children to the Bahamas – George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three – in the wake of William having enjoyed a trip there with his mother when he was younger.

“They said they have FaceTimed their children to show them the views, which blew them away, and that they can't wait to come back with them,” a source toldMail Online.

“Hopefully William will be able to created the same happy memories with his family that his own mother did with him.”

During their travels, Kate and William have been met with some pushback as Caribbean peoplecalled for the Royal Family to address slavery.

Speaking at a black-tie event in Jamaica, William said in a speech to the night’s attendees: “Slavery was abhorrent. And it should never have happened.”

He continued: “While the pain runs deep, Jamaica continues to forge its future with determination, courage and fortitude.

“The strength and shared sense of purpose of the Jamaican people, represented in your flag and motto, celebrate an invincible spirit.”

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