Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate will be asked to spend more time in Scotland as part of a strategy to save the United Kingdom from collapse, The Sunday Times reported on Sunday.
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According to the newspaper, there is concern in the royal court that politicians are “losing Scotland”, and court officials believe that The American couple can serve as a “visual symbol of the relationship between England and Scotland”.
The issue of Scottish independence re-emerged after the Scottish National Party won the May 6 parliamentary elections there. Scottish National Party leader and Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon want a second independence referendum in the second half of the newly elected parliament’s term.
However, the British government must agree to approve the referendum, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson sees it The country must now focus on recovering from the coronavirus outbreak.
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According to the Sunday Times, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spending more time at Balmoral Castle and in St Andrews, where they met while at university. “The advisors want William and Kate to visit Balmoral more and make the most of their relationship with St Andrews.” The newspaper quoted a source at Kensington Palace, where the couple live, as saying they did not want them to appear as guests, but rather as residents.
William and Kate recently traveled to Scotland where William spoke about the importance of the country to him and his wife. described as “Vibrant, friendly, innovative and designed.”
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“This place shaped me. The permanent attachment I feel towards him is rooted in my daily experiences, It’s about people, relationships, and neighborhood ethics.
During the trip, William and Kate met former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, a Scots who campaigned against independence in the 2014 referendum and now refers to “Central Scotland” – those who do not have a strong view of independence.
Brown described this section of society as “patriots rather than nationalists” who want more cooperation between authorities across the UK.
During his stay in Scotland Prince William spoke to a wide range of people from different societies, including – politicians from all the political spectrum. A Kensington Palace spokesperson later said.
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