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The Duke of Cambridge: "We are in a life and death fight to help those people living on the streets in this public health emergency"

The Duke of Cambridge has been talking with his patronage, The Passage, to discuss how best to help people living with homelessness during the coronavirus outbreak. On Wednesday, William called The Passage’s CEO, Mick Clarke, who relayed his message in an article in the Evening Standard. The message: help 600 people in London find places to sleep. William reportedly told Clarke…
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Duke of Cambridge launches coronavirus donation appeal with National Emergencies Trust

The Duke of Cambridge launched a special appeal with the National Emergencies Trust in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic currently spreading across the globe. “Whenever and wherever adversity strikes, the people of the U.K. have a unique ability to pull together,” William says in the video clip posted to the Kensington Royal social media accounts on Wednesday afternoon. “The way…
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Duchess of Cambridge celebrates Place2Be: "You also taught me that it’s the simplest things that make a difference to children"

The Duchess of Cambridge held a special reception for one of her earliest patronages at Buckingham Palace on Monday evening, spotlighting the work of children’s charity Place2Be. After meeting with Place2Be’s staff, organisers, families and children, Kate gave a speech praising the charity, saying “Place2Be was one of the first charities I became patron of. I knew it was special then…
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The Cambridges in Ireland: Day Three

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up their official visit to Ireland on Thursday, with a series of engagements in Galway, one of the European Capital of Culture cities for 2020. William and Kate began their day at the Tribeton, a restaurant and lounge in Galway…
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The Cambridges in Ireland: Day Two

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their first official visit to Ireland on Wednesday, with engagements focused on children and youth wellness and empowerment. In Dublin, William and Kate visited a Jigsaw project at Temple Bar on Wednesday morning to discuss mental health initiatives. Embed from Getty Images Jigsaw is a national charity that provides help to young people to help…
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