Prince William and Kate Middleton delighted fans during their royal tour of the Caribbean to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who have settled into a luxury Bahamas hotel for the final leg of their Caribbean golf tour, were pictured during engagements in Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas in over the past week, marking a platinum jubilee visit. for the couple
And the royal couple have a whole team of experts to make sure their engagements run smoothly. From how Kate pulls off her immaculate updates to their social media posts, let’s take a look at the entourage…
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Hannah Cockburn-Logie – Private Secretary
Hannah Cockburn-Logie OBE MVO was hired by the Duchess of Cambridge in 2020.
The private secretary, who studied modern history at the University of East Anglia before earning an MA in social and public policy, is responsible for organizing Kate’s diary and meetings and accompanying her during his engagements.
Amanda Cook Tucker – Hairdresser
Kate wowed royal fans with her chic updos during the royal tour and Amanda Cook Tucker is the woman behind her sleek locks.
More than the woman responsible for her ever-stylish, stylish hair, Amanda has also become close friends with the royal over the years, meaning their friendship has become invaluable to Kate.
Before working her magic on Kate’s hair, Amanda was Prince William and Prince Harry’s hairdresser since they were children.
Her ex-husband Neville Tucker also owned a salon in Knightsbridge which held a Royal Warrant from 1980 to 1994 when they worked closely with the Queen’s hairdresser.
Meanwhile Amanda, who is said to have already charged up to £300 a day for her services, also attended the Lindo Wing after Kate hosted Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
And Amanda also knows how to make sure Kate’s locks always stay smooth. During the royal tour of Asia, the professional stylist discovered how amazing coconut oil was for fighting frizz.
Jean-Christophe Gray – Private Secretary
The Duke of Cambridge hired former David Cameron spokesperson Jean-Christophe Gray in 2021.
In 2012, Jean-Christophe left his position as head of general expenditure at the Treasury to join the communications team at Downing Street where he became the official spokesperson for former Prime Minister David Cameron.
David Watkins – Digital Communications and Social Media
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have hired David Watkins, from Dublin, Ireland, to lead their digital team in 2020.
David, who previously worked as digital communications manager for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after being recruited for the role, took over at the Cambridges after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as members of the Royal family.
Matt Porteous – Royal Photographer
The royal Caribbean tour marked the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their own photographer on tour.
Matt, who has 47,600 Instagram followers, captured the stunning underwater snaps of the couple as they snorkeled in Belize.
The photographer also captured some stunning snaps of the Cambridges, including Prince Louis’ christening in 2018.