Bahamian girl who met Kate Middleton says friends can't bully her now

‘They can’t bully me anymore’: Girl, 8, who charmed Kate Middleton when she welcomed her to The Bahamas says schoolmates won’t be able to ‘tell her what to do’ after the royal called her ‘beautiful’

  • Duchess of Cambridge arrived with Prince William for final destination of tour 
  • 8-year-old Aniah Moss gave Kate a bouquet of flowers, charming the royal
  • According to a local network, the girl said she ‘can’t be bullied anymore’ now
  • The girl’s mother told reporters she was ‘very proud’ of her daughter  

An 8-year-old girl who charmed Kate Middleton in The Bahamas says she ‘can’t be bullied anymore’ after her important role in welcoming the Duchess for her official visit. 

Aniah Moss met the Duke, 39, and the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, as the couple touched down at Lynden Pindling International Airport for the final leg of their Caribbean tour. 

She donned a pink and white dress, pale pink shoes, and a string of pearls to greet the Cambridges, who seemed charmed by the interaction, with Kate tellling the schoolgirl she was ‘beautiful’. 

In an interview with local news channel  ZNS Network after the meeting, Aniah was asked what she’s going to tell her friends at school about meeting the royal.  

She replied: ‘You guys can’t bully me anymore. You guys can’t tell me what to do.’    

Kate Middleton, 40, is pictured looking delighted as she is given a bouquet of flowers by a young girl upon her arrival in The Bahamas with husband Prince William (pictured, left)

After presenting the duchess with flower, the girl spoke to local media, and said she would tell her friends they ‘couldn’t bully her anymore’ now she has met the royal

Her mother, Kendenique Campbell-Moss, also spoke to reporters, describing her feelings.

‘I was so very proud of her,’ she said of her daughter. ‘She’s very docile so it was an honour to see her do it.’

Speaking later to PEOPLE magazine, 8-year-old Aniah said: ‘[Kate] said I had a nice dress and I was beautiful and thank you for the flowers.’

She added that she thought the royal couple were ‘very tall’. 

Her mother added that when they received the call about being the flower girl, just one day before the event, she thought she ‘better pull it out and make sure she’s ready for the day’, dressing her daughter in the frock they had bought for Easter last year. 

Charmed: Kate beams as the girl hands over flowers, after the royals arrived in The Bahamas for the final leg of their Carribbean tour

‘Proud’: The young girl’s mother said she was proud of her daughter, who she described as ‘docile’, for taking on the ‘honour’

The royal couple, pictured here disembarking the plane as they land in The Bahamas, wore complementary tones of blue for their arrival

As the couple arrived in The Bahamas for the last leg of their Caribbean tour, Kate donned a bespoke aquamarine dress representing the colours of the country’s flag.  

The Emilia Wickstead frock features a structured collar with a tailored bodice and knee-length skirt. The duchess paired it with a matching clutch bag and pair of simple Gianvito Rossi suede heels.  

Kate also opted for a pair of chunky statement earrings, once again donning the county’s national colour, but kept her look simple, otherwise opting for minimal jewellery.

To finish the ensemble, she swept  her brown tresses back into a chic low ponytail, and wore a chic, pared-back make-up look, sporting a dark brown smokey eye with a peach-toned blush, light bronzer and some subtle highlight.

The Duchess of Cambridge (pictured) proved her fashion prowess again when departing Jamaica with Prince William for the final leg of their Caribbean tour

The Duchess of Cambridge was pictured in Emilia Wickstead earlier that day, as she walked to a waiting aircraft during her departure at Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica

The royal couple waved from the steps of the plane as they departed Norman Manley International Airport, leaving Jamaica for The Bahamas, and the last leg of their tour

Her arrival outfit was the second of the duchess’ looks that day to feature an Emilia Wickstead dress.

Earlier in the day, a the couple left Jamaica, Kate recycled a £1,380 green gown by the designer, which she paired with Kiki McDonough earrings and Gianvito Rossi pumps. 

Kate also paired the dress with the Queen’s hummingbird brooch, which was gifted to Her Majesty during her visit to Jamaica in 2002.

Ahead of departing for their final destination, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted on their official Instagram account: ‘What an amazing trip so far! Thank you Belize and Jamaica. Next stop, The Bahamas’. 

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