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The Duchess of Cambridge's personal social media post from Pakistan

The Duchess of Cambridge has taken to Instagram for her first personal post. She shared some of her favourite photos of the time she spent at a children’s charity in Lahore in the message which was signed ‘Catherine’. The Duchess of Cambridge’s post focused on SOS Children’s Village in Lahore. Along with the Duke of Cambridge, Kate visited the organisation as part…
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The Cambridges in Pakistan: Kate's words of praise for the RAF

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up their visit to Pakistan on Friday with a visit to the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad. After two of their engagements were cancelled as a result of the bad weather on Thursday, which saw the couple unexpectedly spend the night in Lahore, the couple returned to Islamabad for their final engagement. Embed from Getty Images William and Kate…
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The Yorks

Princess Eugenie takes up new patronage

To coincide with Anti-Slavery Day, Princess Eugenie of York has announced that she is to become Patron of a charity which aims to eradicate all forms of slavery and related abuses. Taking to Instagram, the 29-year-old royal revealed that she has become a Patron of…
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The Queen marks end of an era with reception at Buckingham Palace

The Queen hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace on Thursday morning for The Queen’s Trust, a now-defunct charity that supported initiatives in her name. Closed earlier this year and replaced by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, The Queen’s Trust was formed in the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee in 1977 and supported voluntary sector organisations working with young people.
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Tiaras and Tea: Kate attends tea party with patient at children's hospital in Lahore

The Duchess of Cambridge attended an unanticipated tiara event today in Lahore at the Shaukat Khanum Children’s Cancer Centre. William and Kate were visiting patients at the centre when they joined seven-year-old, Wafia Rehmani, a patient from Afghanistan with a kidney tumour, for a princess tea party. Tea and tiaras for two princesses. pic.twitter.com/IVb0V0T2l9— Richard Palmer…
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