The Duke of Cambridge will visit the West Bromwich Albion football club next week in support of the Heads Up Campaign.
Kensington Palace announced that William will visit the club next Thursday to meet with its players “to talk about some of the pressures they face as players, and the impact these challenges can often have upon their mental wellbeing.”
While there, the Duke will also…
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a glamorous
evening out as they attended the Royal Variety Performance on Monday evening.
The Performance was hosted by Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan, and included performances by the Bee Vocal Choir, Cirque du Soleil, Colin…
The Duchess of Cambridge’s right-hand woman has resigned, just two years after taking up the position.
According to the Daily Mail, Catherine Quinn is leaving HRH’s office on the ‘best of terms’ after spending the past couple of years acting as the…
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the ‘Give Us A Shout’ volunteer event yesterday at Troubadour White City Theatre where they celebrated the work of Shout volunteers. Shout is a free text-based direct-messaging helpline that will match up people needing support with trained volunteers, and all it takes is a text message. This is the first service of its kind in the UK.
When the Duchess of Cambridge attended the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph in London on Sunday, she donned a special poppy brooch.
The Duchess wore the Codebreakers poppy brooch that pays tribute to those who have worked in signal intelligence.
The Queen was joined by two future Queen Consorts on the balcony of the Foreign Office on Sunday for the Remembrance Sunday commemorations at the Cenotaph.
Although the 98-year-old Duke of Edinburgh could not be in attendance for this year’s service, Her Majesty was in…
With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge set to attend the Royal Variety Performance this year on 18 November, today we’re looking back at their past attendance.
William and Kate have attended twice before, in 2014 and 2017. The senior royals: The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall; William and Kate; and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex rotate their attendance each year.
The Duke of Cambridge attended the London Air Ambulance Charity Gala in London on Thursday evening, celebrating the successes of its 30th anniversary charity appeal. William revealed that the appeal raised its £1 million target for a new helipad base in nine months.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the launch of the
National Emergencies Trust on Thursday morning at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church
While there, the royal couple met with survivors of various
tragedies, including the Grenfell Tower Fire and London…
Just days before the annual Festival of Remembrance, the Duke of Cambridge has awarded the Royal British Legion’s musical director, Captain David Cole, with an MBE on behalf of The Queen.
Captain Cole was amongst a group of high-achieving honourees at Tuesday’s royal investiture at Buckingham Palace. He was recognised for services to music and remembrance and will conduct the…