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Anyway what is it gonna do for Britain.
The royal baby will that be -- -- economic boom and economic baby boom.
Outlets -- -- Walsh who is director a travel and trade business visit expo visit Britain you know check out their website event please do.
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What do you think -- -- I'm gonna go go you've go to -- he'll wishful thing he did you like kind of like -- Everybody kind of wants to do so I think -- it being fed him on -- sort of -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- so the -- -- -- the royal wedding I'm in Britain have I lost a big events recently the group rolled in a lot of money list.
-- -- -- I -- but the baby itself -- -- generates boosts the economy.
I don't think it's gonna make a difference to the it to the number of -- such a troubling right now and but I think what it does it gives great exposure.
I'm really puts a destination on the map so again the eyes of the world the back on London and Britain right now.
And I think that generates a lot of interest and done a drive to pass on the passion for people to want to go and visit the country right -- it.
Mean -- -- the chances at all.
Then like the baby being seen him very often though not not radio don't you don't gonna go to London and had a good chance of seeing the royal baby for awhile.
Correct but I think we have that the -- -- -- traveler US consume a child into Britain is you don't have to go with the debate even you can actually step back in time and actually see.
Where the the the monarchy has actually lived in and grown up so you can just still experiencing day at the British monarchy but in a different way.
Like you didn't -- -- the baby limited.
You know one don't go back and and its troubled country and see him any of the tourist attractions where tends -- palace where William and -- and how he grew up.
You know you've got that the Tower of London -- -- was beheaded.
You -- you know Edinburgh Castle you don't centering them.
So many so many different console and stately homes throughout the country England Scotland Wales -- you could go and Trace his steps to see where attention when he much he met some of the commemorative.
An -- Kate and William go back to Kensington Palace is we understand that that is going to be no matter a little colleagues not -- -- -- -- -- on the grounds.
It's -- I think Novak today Kensington Palace is gonna get a lot of people turning up around it again as it did you know in the days of -- Center that's that are -- it's already one of the top visitor attractions is really because for the monarchy in the UK.
But yes they they will live in the in the public and the private side of the but the palace.
And it's still open to the public as well so and it's beautiful gardens it's -- Kensington Gardens itself.
As a memorial to Diana so it's great -- -- -- to visit and actually it's a playground for the children.
-- -- -- in that and feel as though you alarmed right next to them even if you're not gonna catch a glimpse of them absolutely I mean most of our tourist attractions.
Attached to the royalty.
Are open Serena -- the -- -- some times resigned.
About -- into the public keep up the tariff London which is -- the -- come to court palace and Kensington Palace.
Buckingham Palace is assumed to use -- -- the first two months of the year from the end of July -- and September each year as well.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Another very little English Kennedy or -- British heat wave going on the weather's been fantastic I mean this is the good thing about how in the eyes of the world.
What's in the UK right now -- -- -- SEC we can change perceptions the weather is not a with the fact that the oh I think -- oh I think -- modest tax day breaking news from wrong.
-- they gonna go to bed at 1030 they're not waiting up beyond that moment -- my step that.
And I know you need to know this they did but they gonna listen to the radio have very old school and British to listen to the wireless.
As they as they lay in bed waiting for of I don't text if the company and my mom will text me they'll be breaking news on studio B we out.
I total long time -- along labor better than I guess and -- -- -- was saying earlier that Diana was -- -- with sixteen -- with William.
No I don't I'm not sure about -- that's him I didn't know them but didn't yeah that's extra hundred I'll.
So then that I everybody did in true British fashion many tourists to.
Hanging around Buckingham Palace or anywhere in London and should be dragged into the pub and have a celebratory -- -- lots of.
Really I mean you know it.
From the at the American research that we've done here with -- -- to Britain the Pope visit is very high on the agenda and -- those are historic places they are they on to meet the local -- you know and you can live like -- local experiences -- local.
You know right throughout the country -- it's a fascinating them the way touching experience how the -- -- And it does say that I mean the whole day it's also old -- an -- and fabulous look I remember when I first moved over here.
And some recently over let's -- drive down at Colonial Williamsburg for -- economy.
You -- used to drink beer in a -- that was 300 years older than Colonial Williamsburg.
Not that there's anything wrong with Colonial Williamsburg but 888 that sense of suction history.
Is is a joy to kind of that -- immerse yourself in when you visit with one of the one of the biggest pulls -- night.
Since you have one of the key drivers will be to history to heritage and the culture.
And it's a gamble we know for a for a fact from the US market is that the culture and heritage -- the -- rules.
So you go there you know one of the big trend that was sitting at the moment is if there's a huge increase in shift in multi generational travel to you -- the grandparents actually taken over their children and grandchildren to really experience is once in a lifetime opportunity.
And really you know take you know all of off from -- friendly destinations within Britain.
I'm also the attractions as well and step up in time and I'm visit those places we -- the thing with the monarchy is actually lived somebody -- All right -- great to see you Colin Walsh director of travel trade and business visit us -- visit Britain -- go check out the website it is visit in Britain.
Don't call there it is on the screen now be able to find out a wealth of information Aaron ideas and links to other things -- -- -- -- -- Absolutely and it just one final point if anybody wanted to you know celebrate the fifth over here.
We have a lot of commemorative member memorabilia on the there's a potential outcome as well OK is -- -- -- Both of us should push -- payment and you know you want I I have.
I think I still have.
From the silver jubilee a plea somewhat -- -- -- -- and I had my -- -- -- a wedding one about a month and a place.
-- -- accurate as he challenged me to bring you might -- the other day I don't have a -- but I do have the plate and it's a problem to me.
Later this week to celebrate but -- grape seed and you.
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