Owner of Che'il Mayan Chocolate Factory awaits Prince William.
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge visit Che'il Maya Chocolate Farm in Maya Center Village. Following Friday's protest by villagers in Indian Creek, the initially scheduled tour at Akte'il Ha Cacao Farm was canceled. An alternate location was selected for the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge to visit. This morning at Maya Center Village in Stann Creek, the royals will tour the Saqui family's cacao farm. The Che'il Mayan Products showcases traditional chocolate making and traditional Mayan cooking. News Five's Marion Ali spoke with the factory owner, Julio Saqui, as he awaited the Prince. #dukeandduchessofcambridge #princewilliam #belize #caribbeantour #queenjubilee #queenjubilee2022Posted by News 5 Live on Sunday, March 20, 2022
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