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Eyes Down! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge bring joy to care home as they become bingo callers

If you ever once considered the possibility that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would take part in a Zoom call and announce bingo numbers to nursing home residents, then this is a story for you! On Wednesday the royal couple beamed into the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff, Wales to announce bingo numbers for the residents there. It’s the latest in a series of calls by the couple to show…
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Duke of Cambridge chats with Scottish charities revealed

The Duke of Cambridge has been video calling Scottish charities this week, when he would have ordinarily been in Scotland acting as the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has been cancelled and William’s planned visit to Scotland. Instead, William has been chatting with…
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate the first anniversary of their mental health textline

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have marked the first anniversary of their mental health textline, Shout UK, by releasing a video call they made with several Shout volunteers and with Shout’s Chief Executive, Victoria Hornby. William and Kate spoke with five volunteers: Jo Irwin, Alexis Caught, Jo Booth, Michelle Fernandes and Kiel McPhilips about their experiences during the…
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The Royal Family celebrates nurses with special video of thanks

The Royal Family released a video to mark the International Day of the Nurse on Tuesday, featuring various members of the family talking to nurses throughout the Commonwealth. From The Queen and The Royal Family this #InternationalNursesDay: Thank you 🌎 pic.twitter.com/YZvREWRlR9— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 12, 2020 The Queen, who only appears in an audio recording…
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