Prince William reportedly spoke about Prince Harry while dancing with locals in Belize on his Caribbean tour as he laughed about his brother's confidence.
Yesterday (Sunday, March 21), the Cambridges let their hair down during a visit to the village of Hopkins where they danced with schoolchildren from the Garifuna Cultural Centre.
It was there that William seemingly made a remark about his brother to Cynthia Ellis-Topsy, ambassador at large for the Garifuna nation, following the pair's fractured relationship.
According to reports, friction erupted between the two after William voiced his concerns about how fast Harry's relationship had developed with Meghan Markle before they tied the knot in 2018.
Things then went from bad to worse after Harry claimed his brother was "trapped" within the institution during an explosive tell-all with Oprah Winfrey, reports The Mirror.
Since leaving the UK in early 2020, Harry has only seen his brother twice – at the funeral of Prince Philip and at an unveiling of a statue of their late mother Princess Diana.
And William has made very few comments about his brother in public recently.
However, yesterday while visiting Hopkins, William was reportedly asked about Harry previous trip to Belize in 2012 – when he also showed off his dance moves.
Cynthia Ellis-Topsy told PEOPLE magazine: "I said to William that when [his brother] Prince Harry came to Belize he was dancing and didn't need encouragement. He is a wild card.
"William laughed and said: 'Harry's not self-conscious'."
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William and Kate's Caribbean tour continues today with them visiting the stunning ancient Maya ruins of Caracol deep in the heartland of Belize.
They were given a tour of the site and had the chance to take in Caana, or sky palace in Mayan, which remains the tallest man-made structure in Belize.
Later, the royal couple will spend time with British and Belizean troops deep in the Chiquibul Forest.
They will finish the tour with trips to Jamaica and The Bahamas.
The duke visited Belize as a teenager in 2000, when he reportedly learned jungle survival techniques with the Welsh Guards who were receiving training from the British Army Training Support Unit as part of Exercise Native Trail.
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William was beginning a gap year before university at the time and while in the jungle, the then 18-year-old duke learned his A level results.
The last engagement of the day will see the couple attend a reception hosted by the Governor General of Belize at the Maya ruins at Cahal Pech, near San Ignacio.
This special reception will be held in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and William will give a speech.
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