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Duchess of Cambridge releases unseen photo in support of the first ever virtual Chelsea Flower Show

The Duchess of Cambridge has shared a previously unseen photo of herself on Wednesday to support the Chelsea Flower Show. The annual event, which opened on Monday, is being held virtually for the first time in its history after being cancelled due to the global coronavirus pandemic. In the image, the Duchess is shown working on the Back To Nature garden she helped design, which featured at…
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Duke of Cambridge joins video call with "role model" Muslim community in Christchurch

The Duke of Cambridge joined a video call on Thursday to speak with members of the Muslim community in Christchurch, New Zealand, that he’d met during his visit to the country last year after the Al-Noor and Linwood Mosque terrorist attacks. The video call, which was posted on the Royal Family YouTube page, showed William talking with Imam Alani Lateef, Imam Gamal Fouda and Farid Ahmad…
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Duke of Cambridge pens letter to Diana Award organisers

The Duke of Cambridge has sent a letter of support to The Diana Award, an award for young people named after his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, for the work the organisation does with young people. William’s letter reads: “I wanted to write to send my support and thanks to all the staff, volunteers and supporters of The Diana Award. “My brother and I remain ever appreciative…
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REVEALED: The most Googled royal of the year

With their departure as senior royals, it’s no surprise the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have attracted a significant amount of press attention in the past year. And whilst new data reveals The Queen as the most-covered royal by the press, it turns out Meghan is the most-Googled royal of the year. Digital PR agency Banc crunched the numbers to see how many news articles mentioned members of…
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