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Prince William says royal family 'supports with pride and respect' any future decision made by Queen's overseas realms

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Duke of Cambridge has said the royal family supports "with pride and respect" any decisions taken by the Queen’s overseas realms over their future.GALLERY: Best photos from William and Kate's first full day in the Bahamas - sailing, school visit and meeting frontline workersAt a reception to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee, hosted by Bahamas Governor General Cornelius Alvin Smith, Prince William told guests: "Next year, I know you are all looking forward to celebrating fifty years of independence – your Golden Anniversary."WATCH: Prince William says royal family 'supports with pride and respect' any future decision"And with Jamaica celebrating 60 years of independence this year, and Belize celebrating 40 years of independence last year, I want to say this: We support with pride and respect your decisions about your future," he continued."Relationships evolve.

Friendship endures."READ: The Queen scaling back duties as she looks set to miss more public eventsThe Duke spoke on the penultimate night of his visit with the Duchess of Cambridge to the three Caribbean nations, suggesting he has taken on board calls for each of the countries to break away from the British monarchy in future.He and Kate, who dazzled in a floor-length aquamarine gown by Philippa Lepley, were guests of honour at the event in the Baha Mar hotel.

VIEW GALLERY William and Kate were guests of honour at the event in the Baha Mar hotelWilliam also praised the beauty of the Bahamas and warmth of its people, saying: "Catherine and I have witnessed this everywhere we’ve been today on our first official visit to your wonderful islands."He went on: "But this is not my first time in The Bahamas.

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