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Prince William heckled as he arrived at Westminster Abbey service

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, was heckled as he arrived at Westminster Abbey on Friday 3 May for a service to mark 50 years of the UK’s nuclear deterrent programme. The Duke, attending the service in his role as Commodore-in-Chief of the submarine service, was booed by a group of protesters from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) who had gathered near the Abbey. The protesters…
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Prince William to undertake a seven-day working visit to Africa next week

More details have been revealed about Prince William’s visit to Africa at the end of the month. The seven-day visit starting on September 24th will see the Duke of Cambridge visiting three African countries, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya. A spokesman for Kensington Palace said that this would primarily be a private official trip for the Duke, although he would be attending some functions on behalf…
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Prince William opens Men's Suicide Crisis Centre

Prince William was in Liverpool yesterday, and one of the visits was to a place which helps a subject close to his heart. He opened James’ Place; this is the first centre outside of the capital which seeks to provide a counselling and therapy to men who feel suicidal. James’ Place is in a converted four-storey townhouse in the Georgian quarter of Liverpool, and it aims to give face to face…
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