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New official photographs of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed

A new set of official photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been taken. A thank you card, sent to photographer Paul Ratcliffe, revealed a new image of the couple standing in, what appears to be, the grounds of Kensington Palace. The Duchess wears a cream jacket and matching pleated skirt. Ratcliffe received the royals’s thanks after he wished them well on their fifth…
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Prince William to present Irish Guards with St Patrick’s Day shamrocks

The Duke of Cambridge is set to attend the St Patrick’s Day Parade at the Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow on 17th March. In accordance with tradition, His Royal Highness will present members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards with sprigs of shamrock. Prince William will be attending the parade in his official capacity as Colonel of the Regiment, a post that he has held since 2011. Following the…
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Prince Philip passes 63-year old patronage to Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess of Cambridge has taken over as patron of the RAF Air Cadets, relinquishing The Duke of Edinburgh of a role he has held for 63 years. Prince Philip, 94, who became the Air Cadets’s Patron after the death of King George VI, passed over the title of Honorary Air Commodore-in-Chief to the Duchess in an audience at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday. It is the first time Kate has…
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William and Kate set to attend ICAP Charity Day

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be attending ICAP’s 23rd annual Charity Day on Wednesday 9 December. The Charity Day has ICAP donate the day’s revenue and commissions so the organisation may make large donations to multiple selected charities. One such…
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Kate Urges School Leaders To "Provide a Strong Foundation" in Heartfelt Conference Speech

The Duchess of Cambridge made a warm and heartfelt speech today, calling on schools to do more to help children with mental health issues. Kate, who was opening the Place2Be Headteacher Conference in London, said her own childhood was “wonderful and secure” but she realised that “many children are not so lucky.” In the rare public speech, which lasted for over three…
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