Family: The best candid photos from Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal tour of the Caribbean

Prince William reveals Prince George keeps track of the royal tour

  Prince William reveals Prince George keeps track of the royal tour Speaking at an engagement in Belize last night, William, 39, explained eight-year-old George puts a pin in each destination on a map of the world. Like any good big brother, he then shares the information with his younger siblings Charlotte, six, and Louis, three. © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William revealed how his son Prince George keeps track of his parents on their royal tour from the family home at Kensington Palace.

The Queen has appeared on the cover of Vogue for the first time alongside Hollywood royalty Anya Taylor-Joy in a special issue celebrating the Platinum Jubilee.

The April issue of the magazine includes a twin cover with an image of the Queen early in her reign alongside the actress, famous for her role in cult crime drama Peaky Blinders, wearing a replica crown.

The magazine pays its own tribute to the monarch by looking back at her 70 years on the throne and in the editor’s letter by Edward Enninful.

He said: “When I received my OBE for services to diversity in fashion several years ago, I thought carefully about what the decision to accept it would mean.

Kate Middleton and Prince William Arrive in Jamaica amid Protests and Call for Slavery Reparations

  Kate Middleton and Prince William Arrive in Jamaica amid Protests and Call for Slavery Reparations A movement to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state of Jamaica is reportedly gaining tractionAfter three days in Belize, Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived in Jamaica on Tuesday for the next leg of their Caribbean tour, which will conclude with a visit to the Bahamas on Thursday.

“Ultimately, I saw an ancient institution that was setting about on a programme of change and if they had noticed and wanted to recognise my work as something worth spotlighting, given the fact my endeavours were all about spotlighting under-represented people too, then I felt comfortable - keen, even - to engage.”

Taylor-Joy , who is about to her seen in Viking drama The Northman, admitted she does not “necessarily love the red-carpet experience”.

Anya Taylor-Joy in Vogue (Craig McDean) © Provided by Evening Standard Anya Taylor-Joy in Vogue (Craig McDean)

She said: “I, like, blackout when it’s happening. It’s so, so overwhelming.”

But she said making the film with lots of scenes outdoors and in the sea was “joyful”, adding: “The stunt guys would say, ‘Can we get out of the water now?’ And I was like, ‘This is amazing. Nature! We’re outside! We get to make art.’”

Prince William expressed his 'sorrow' over the history of slavery while in Jamaica and said it 'forever stains our history'

  Prince William expressed his 'sorrow' over the history of slavery while in Jamaica and said it 'forever stains our history' Prince William nodded to Prince Charles' speech on the "appalling atrocity of slavery" in Barbados after the nation became a republic in November.They received a tour of the cacao farm and helped grind cacao seeds on a stone tool known as a ka'ah, Reuters reported.

The actress also revealed she took up raving for relaxation while in Berlin filming The Queen’s Gambit and would often go clubbing alone saying she would start in the morning and “dance until 8pm, not talk to anybody, then go home, have a bath, eat some spaghetti and wake up at 4am to go to work. I felt great.”

:: See the full feature in the April issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday 29th March or online at https://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/article/anya-taylor-joy-british-vogue-interview

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