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The Duchess of Cambridge: "I really care for families up and down the country"

The Duchess of Cambridge shared a heartwarming moment with a young girl over a video call earlier this week as she chatted to families who’ve been supported by the Little Village baby bank in London. From Norfolk, Kate chatted with the head of Little Village, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary this week, as well as mothers who turned to the organisation for support. Kate learned how…
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Duchess of Cambridge: Our fashion favourites

With a new book coming out to mark the Duchess of Cambridge’s fashion during her decade in the Royal Family, we are taking a look at our favourite outfits in her wardrobe. From her trousers to her glamorous gala gowns with tiaras, let’s dive into some of Kate’s best fashion. Brittani Barger, Deputy Editor My first choice is one that many don’t like. I absolutely loved…
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Prince William sends out a series of personal tweets condemning racism following the abuse of black footballers

The Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association, has sent out a series of tweets condemning racism in the sport following an avalanche of abuse towards black players on social media. Posting from the Kensington Palace Twitter account, Prince William wrote: “Racist abuse – whether on the pitch, in the stands, or on social media – is despicable and it must stop…
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The Duchess of Cambridge marks Holocaust Memorial Day

The Duchess of Cambridge marked Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27th with a poignant video call with two Holocaust survivors, Zigi Shipper and Manfred Golberg. The men, who’d been sent to the Stutthof concentration camp when they were teenagers, have become lifelong friends and are now in their 90s. To mark #HolocaustMemorialDay The Duchess of Cambridge spoke with Holocaust survivors…
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