Prince William ends three-day visit to Boston by meeting President Biden at JFK Library

BOSTON — Prince William was riding solo on day three of the royal couple’s visit. The Prince was greeted at the JFK Library by the former President’s daughter – Ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Kennedy’s son and daughter were also there.

A crowd of people gathered outside the private event hoping to see the Prince on the last day of the royal visit. “I just thought I would catch a glimpse of William if I could. I’ve been a fan forever. I’m a British citizen,” a woman said. “I just think it is amazing that they are here. Obviously at the JFK museum because it is such a historical treasure,” another woman said.

Marc Antoine walked his two English Choice Spaniels over. “We dressed them up and hopefully they catch a glimpse of their Prince,” said Antoine.

Prince William toured the JFK Library with the Kennedys before a private luncheon. President Joe Biden, who was already scheduled to be in Boston for another appearance, stopped later in the afternoon to meet with the Prince and Ambassador Kennedy.

People outside did not get an up-close view but people were happy to be a part of what happened there. “It’s pretty cool. Very historical. I love history,” a woman said. “Having the royals, Biden and even more people go just as a nice initiative to have students understand what is inside here,” said another bystander.

The royal couple is scheduled to leave Boston after their Earthshot event Friday night.

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