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#RoyalVisitJP: Day four of Duke of Cambridge’s Far East Tour

Day four of The Duke of Cambridge’s Far East Tour had him visit the Tohoku Region in North East Japan to visit the city of Ishinomaki. Ishinomaki is a town, and port found on the eastern Miyagi-ken (prefecture), northeastern Honshu, Japan. Founded in the 4th century, the city of Ishinokai was a booming rice-shipping port from 1603–1867. The opening of the T?hoku railway in the late 19th…
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Kate visits Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust

The Duchess of Cambridge had a day in Portsmouth on Thursday as she paid a visit to Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust. The Duchess has just returned from a two week family holiday on the Caribbean island of Mustique. The purpose of Kate’s visit to Portsmouth was to help Sir Ben Ainslie promote his attempts to get more young people in to the sailing and marine industry. Ben Ainslie Racing…
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Kate to visit Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth

On Thursday, the 12th of February, The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Portsmouth, where she will carry out two engagements accompanied by competitive sailor, Sir Ben Ainslie. In the morning, The Duchess will visit the new headquarters of Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust to see what progress has been made in its construction, before going in to look at the mural in the site’s Visitor…
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Kate names school studio for The Art Room

Today, The Duchess of Cambridge officially named The Clore Art Room, at Barlby Primary school in London. Patron of The Art Room, a charity that provides art therapy for underprivileged children, The Duchess had to reschedule the event from last year, when she was suffering with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. While the centre had been open since last autumn, the room had yet to be named. Kate arrives and…
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