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The Duke of Cambridge begins his visit to Namibia

The Duke of Cambridge’s two day visit to Namibia got under way on Monday with a meeting with the country’s Vice President, Nagolo Mbumba. It was the first event of a week long stay in Africa focused on Prince William’s work to end the illegal wildlife trade. William, who departed Heathrow on Sunday on a specially branded plane carrying the message #EndWildlifeCrime, met Vice…
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French magazine loses appeal over topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge

After issuing an appeal against the fine they were forced to pay when the French Magazine, Closer, published topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, the magazine once again lost. In September 2017, the French court handed down a sentence to the magazine’s editor, Laurence Pieau, and publisher, Ernesto Mauri, who were fined 45,000 euros (£40,000). The two suspected photographers who took…
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Prince William launches Mental Health at Work

In the next part of his fight to end the stigma around mental health, Prince William launched Mental Health at Work, an online portal with resources and information on mental health. The project is run by Mind and Heads Together, the foundation set up by Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. At the event in Bristol, the Duke of Cambridge spoke of dealing with his own mental health…
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Prince William to visit the West Midlands

The Duke of Cambridge is travelling to the West Midlands on Tuesday 18th September for a day of engagements in Birmingham and surrounding areas. During his visit to the region, Prince William will visit a university, a children’s hospice and will unveil a new…
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Duke of Cambridge to attend Tusk Rhino Trail

Prince William will attend an event celebrating the Tusk Rhino Trail in the Kensington Palace Gardens next Monday. The Tusk Rhino Trail is an art installation that has popped up all over London and celebrates the African rhino to highlight the animal’s dwindling population due to illegal poaching. “The illegal wildlife trade is now the fourth largest criminal industry in the world, after…
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