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Duchess of Cambridge hosts reception for Hold Still partners

The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a palace reception for Hold Still on Wednesday evening to thank the partners who worked with her on the pandemic photography project. Kate was joined by representatives of the National Portrait Gallery—of which she is patron—Co-Op UK, and Book Fairies. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram account shared photos from the Buckingham Palace event with…
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Earl and Countess of Wessex visit Home-Start Corby

The Earl and Countess of Wessex paid a visit to Home-Start Corby on Wednesday to thank the staff and volunteers for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic. Home-Start, a network that provides support to new parents and young families during challenging times, has branches across the United Kingdom. In 2020, they supported over 56,000 families. During their visit, Edward and Sophie…
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Prince William attends NHS thanksgiving service alone as the Duchess isolates

The Duke of Cambridge attended a Service of Thanksgiving on Monday morning for the 73rd anniversary of the National Health Service and in honour of the work their staff has been doing throughout the global health crisis. Representing the Royal Family, William joined political leaders including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and chief medical personnel from the NHS, including Sir Simon Stevens…
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Sophie talks about Prince Philip in new BBC interview: "He has left a giant-sized hole in our lives"

The Countess of Wessex sat down for a wide-ranging interview with BBC Radio 5 Live on Wednesday morning, speaking about her late father-in-law, her work on behalf of rape survivors, and life during lockdown. Speaking to radio host Naga Munchetty, Sophie was brought to tears talking about the late Prince Philip, who passed away in April. She called the loss a “giant-sized hole in our…
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