The royal visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially ended when the Voyager ministerial jet took off from the Philip Goldson International Airport this morning. Prince William and Kate were in Belize for a three-day visit commemorating the Queen of England’s Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years of a monarch’s reign. Belize was the royals’ first stop. The Cambridges arrived on Saturday, March 19 and met with Prime Minister John Briceno and Special Envoy for the Development of Families and Children Rossana Briceno. On Sunday, the royal couple visited Che’il Chocolate Factory in Maya Center Village before participating in a Garifuna Festival in Hopkins Village. On Monday, the royal couple visited the Caracol Archaeological Site located deep in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve. Thereafter, Prince William and Kate visited the BATSUB jungle training site inside the Chiquibul Forest. The day culminated with a reception hosted by Governor-General, Froyla Tzalam. During the reception, Prince William thanked the country for the warm welcome.