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- 03/21/13--06:45: Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit Child Bereavement UK
- 03/26/13--04:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Visits Scout Camp
- 04/22/13--06:00: Duchess Of Cambridge Announced As Charity Patron
- 05/01/13--07:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Supports Children's Hospice Week
- 05/16/13--04:30: Prince Harry And will.i.am Attend Charity Dinner
- 07/10/13--09:00: Ed Sheeran Launches Special Charity Guitar
- 07/29/13--04:30: Royal Baby Gets Gift From Hearing Loss Charity
- 09/16/13--05:30: Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Attend Conservation Awards
- 10/21/13--05:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Visits SportsAid
- 10/28/13--10:00: Duchess Of Cambridge Attends 100 Women In Hedge Funds Gala Dinner
- 11/21/13--08:15: Duchess of Cambridge Joins Charity Discussion Forum
- 12/03/13--05:15: Duchess Of Cambridge Attends SportsAid Ball
- 02/18/14--09:00: Duchess Of Cambridge Opens New ICAP Art Room
- 04/14/14--05:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Visits Children's Hospice In New Zealand
- 07/01/14--13:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Makes An M-PACT In London
- 10/15/14--08:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Named As Patron Of The 1851 Trust
- 10/22/14--07:45: Prince Harry Attends The 100 Women In Hedge Funds Gala Dinner
- 10/28/14--10:30: Duchess Of Cambridge Attends Action On Addiction Gala Dinner
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met families supported by Child Bereavement UK this week, which supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
The Duke has been patron of the charity since 2009.
The royal couple was greeted by crowds of well-wishers as they visited the charity’s offices near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire.
The Duchess of Cambridge showed she was fully prepared when she braved the snowy weather to visit a Scout camp in the Lake District last week.
Her Royal Highness, who is a volunteer in the Scout Association, joined fellow adult volunteers as they trained to work with Beaver and Cub Scouts at the Great Tower Scout Camp near Newby Bridge in Cumbria.
The Duchess of Cambridge has announced that she has become patron for several more charities.
Place2Be is proud to announce that Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge has become Royal Patron of Place2Be.
The Duchess’ decision to support Place2Be is a reflection of her personal interest in and commitment to improving the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children in the UK.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been praised for providing a “real boost” to the staff and volunteers of a Hampshire hospice she visited on her second wedding anniversary.
Her Royal Highness travelled to Naomi House in Hampshire, an institution that supports young people with life-limiting conditions, to celebrate Children’s Hospice Week.
Prince Harry attended a dinner this week for The American Friends of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
The Prince proved a draw to Sean Lennon, son of Beatle John Lennon, The Voice judge will.i.am, writer John McInerney, who penned Bright Lights Big City, and his socialite and philanthropist wife Anne Hearst McInerney, the granddaughter of newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst.
Speaking about Prince Harry, Sean Lennon said: “It’s great that he is here. He seems to be really enjoying it. But it seems as if the whole city is running around trying to spot him, so I hope he doesn’t think New York is always like this. He is well loved here.”
Award-winning singer songwriter Ed Sheeran is launching a new guitar which will bear East Anglia Children’s Hospice’s name and raise funds.
Designed by Guitar manufacturer C.F. Martin & Co. in collaboration with Ed, the LX1E Ed Sheeran Signature Edition features the word ‘each’ as well as Ed’s signature fluorescent orange “+” plus sign and “est. 1991”, to represent the name of his platinum-selling album and the year he was born.
New parents HRHDuke of Cambridge and HRHDuchess of Cambridge will break with centuries of royal tradition and will not be employing a nanny for the first few weeks of HRH Prince George of Cambridge’s life.
Action on Hearing Loss, (previously the RNID) has stepped in with the ultimate baby monitor for the hands-on couple. As well as featuring the usual sound monitor it also has state-of-the-art video monitoring technologies so the royal couple can not only hear but see their little bundle of joy sleeping soundly.
Baby care and safety is the major consideration for any parent, and the royal couple have already shown their knowledge and dexterity in this matter with the baby car seat they expertly used upon leaving hospital. However, with HRH Prince of Cambridge now at home, the royal couple will be familiarising themselves with sleepless nights. With no nanny to assist them, Action on Hearing Loss hope their gift will provide that all important sense of security that all new parents wish for, whether deaf or hearing.
The Duke of Cambridge joked about spending his first night away from baby son Prince George as he attended a glittering black-tie awards ceremony championing wildlife conservationists last week.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were guests of honour at the inaugural Tusk Trust awards, held at the Royal Society in central London, which recognised the work of tireless campaigners in the field of conservation.
Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge joined more than 70 SportsAid athletes past and present – including several Olympians and Paralympians – at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last week for her first engagement as the charity’s patron.
While the athletes played CP football, badminton, wheelchair basketball and volleyball, and tried their hand at fencing, the Duchess was introduced by SportsAid’s Chief Executive Tim Lawler to 14-year-old badminton player Callum Hemming from Milton Keynes, 17-year triathlete Eliza Cottington from Teddington, 17-year-old boxer Jenna O’Reilly from Eltham, 17-year-old sprinter Kyle Powell from Heston, 16-year-old wheelchair basketball player Megan Wood from Hythe in Kent, 20-year-old judoka Nekoda Davis from London, 17-year-old fencer Rubin Amsalem from London and 18-year-old volleyball player Toby French from Chelmsford.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the 100 Women in Hedge Funds philanthropic initiatives reception dinner last week in aid of the charity Action on Addiction.
Speaking to guests at the event, The Duchess of Cambridge said that Prince George was “such a good boy” at his christening.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended an education forum this week as Patron of school-based health and well-being charity Place2Be.
The theme of the event, held at London’s Canary Wharf, was resilience and emotional strength, with speakers addressing the challenges faced by children and young people.
The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated some of Britain’s most promising Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls last week as she attended a glittering gala ball.
Her Royal Highness became the SportsAid’s patron earlier this year and in October visited the former Olympic Park to see young sportsmen and women taking part in workshops run by the charity at the Copper Box arena.
The Duchess of Cambridge has officially opened a new studio which will offer art as therapy to children and young people to raise their self-esteem, self-confidence and independence.
The new facility at Northolt High School in Middlesex is the seventh created by The Art Room charity, of which Her Royal Highness is Patron. Each week, up to 60 students from the London Borough of Ealing will be able to enjoy the facility. The Art Room works on the theory that in a caring and creative environment the most challenging children can ‘learn and achieve through art’.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Rainbow Place Children’s Hospice in Hamilton, New Zealand, during the weekend.
Tea for two was the perfect introduction for The Duchess of Cambridge and a girl coming to terms with her mother’s terminal cancer. Sat at a tiny table, The Duchess and six-year-old Bailey Rupe enjoyed the very British ritual as the royal guest visited the Rainbow Place children’s hospice.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Blessed Sacrament School in Islington, North London, today to see the work of a project she launched to help families affected by addiction – a cause very important to her.
Her Royal Highness was joined by comedian John Bishop, with whom she launched the charity effort last year, and she spoke with people involved in a pilot programme for the school-based project M-PACT (Moving Parents and Children Together) Plus.
UNICEF UK’s Executive Director David Bull said, “We are delighted to welcome Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to join UNICEF in the athlete’s village today and are grateful to them for drawing attention to the life-saving work UNICEF is doing with children all across the Commonwealth.”
The Duchess of Cambridge has become Royal Patron of The 1851 Trust.
The 1851 Trust is the charitable arm of the UK team’s bid to bring the America’s Cup back to Britain. It will work with young people under 25 years old, to inspire and engage a new generation through sailing and the marine industry.
The patronage reflects Her Royal Highness’s personal interests in sailing and in supporting children and young people to build their skills, confidence and aspirations.
Dressed in a tux, and addressing a room full of professional women in evening gowns, he said: "Thank you all very much for coming this evening.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended a charity gala dinner last week in support of Action On Addiction, of which she is Patron.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is pregnant with her second child, met supporters of the charity, with which she has a close relationship, at her third official engagement in three days since returning to the spotlight after her battle against serious morning sickness, hyperemesis gravidarum.