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Saturday, 23 August 2014

WHATS ON ? KATE WILL LEAVE HER YOUNG SON 'PRINCE GEORGE BEHIND 'AKIWA AMECHUKUA KAZI YA BIBI YETU THE QUEEN ' WATU NA BAHATI ZAO '' GO SOLO PEKE YAKE BILA MME WAKE ''MIMI SIELEWI WHY JAMANI '' MBUTA NANGA''


The Duchess of Cambridge, pictured, will represent the Queen on her first solo foreign engagement '' ILA NGUO ZINGINE WANAMVALISHA NI NOMAA''ONA SASA ABAKIA KIFUA KAMA MWANAUME'' WHY ? NI KAMA HAWAMUONI JAMANI ''' THIS KIND OF STYLE NOT FOR HER OR HATA MWANAMKE YOYOTE MWENYE KIFUA CHA IRONING BOARD'''
The Duchess of Cambridge will be guest of honour at a spectacular celebration in Malta next month, on her first solo foreign tour on behalf of the Queen.
Kate will leave her young son, Prince George, behind – as well as her husband, Prince William - for two days of official events to mark the 50th anniversary of the island’s independence from the UK.
It is a sign of her confidence in her grandson’s wife that the monarch has asked the Duchess to travel to the Mediterranean island which holds a special place in her heart.
Prince George is being left at home with William, while Kate, pictured, travels to Malta for the two-day trip''
As young newly-weds, the Queen and Prince Philip - who was then serving in HMS Chequers with the Royal Navy’s Mediterranean Fleet - lived together on Malta for almost two years.
The Queen considers their time there as one of the happiest periods of her life as it was their only experience of living like an ‘ordinary’ couple.
In an announcement this afternoon, Kensington Palace revealed that the Duchess will fly out to Malta on Saturday September 20 and travel straight to the stunning San Anton Palace, the official residence of the President of Malta, which will be her residence for the weekend.
The Queen and Prince Philip lived on Malta, pictured,  where Princess Anne was conceived late 1949 
The Queen and Prince Philip lived on Malta, pictured,  where Princess Anne was conceived late 1949 
The couple lived at Villa Guardamangia, an idyllic holiday home rented by Philip's uncle, Lord 'Dickie' Mountbatten.
During her stay in Malta the Queen left her first child, Prince Charles, back at Buckingham Palace with his nanny and grand-parents, although she returned home for frequent visits.
Her daughter, Princess Anne, was conceived on the island, and although she went back to England for her birth in August 1950, the Queen returned to Malta several times afterwards.
In July 1951, she and Philip were forced to move back to Britain for good, however, when her father, George V1, fell seriously ill - bringing an end to one of the most carefree periods of her life.
The Queen and her husband lasted visited Malta in 2007, to mark her diamond wedding anniversary.
In a statement, Kensington Palace said: ‘Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Malta on 20th and 21st September 2014 to represent Her Majesty The Queen on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Malta's independence.’
Malta voluntarily became part of the British Empire in 1800 but achieved self-rule after the Second World War.
Following a constitutional referendum in 1964, the island became an independent state retaining the Queen as its Head of State. 
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