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- 07/18/17--04:30: The Duchess Of Cambridge Speaks About Marine Conservation
- 10/19/17--05:45: Royals Join Paddington Bear For Charity Train Ride
- 12/14/17--03:00: Duchess Of Cambridge Visits The Rugby Portobello Trust
- 12/21/17--03:00: Ed Sheeran Awarded MBE At Buckingham Palace
- 01/10/18--05:00: Prince Harry Guest Edits BBC Radio 4's Today Programme
- 01/17/18--09:00: Duke Of Cambridge Meets Men's Mental Health Campaigners
- 01/18/18--09:30: The Duchess Of Cambridge Visits Great Ormond Street Hospital
- 11/07/18--09:00: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Coach Core in Essex
Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge officially opened the Natural History Museum’s Hintze Hall, and spoke about marine conservation.
As Patron of the museum, The Duchess attended the unveiling of the new whale skeleton, alongside Sir David Attenborough, and spoke publicly for first time about her interest in marine conservation.
In the lead up to World Mental Health Day, The Duke of Cambridge visited the Data Observatory at Imperial College London to receive a briefing on the progress the Heads Together campaign and its partners have made towards the national conversation on mental health.
During the event – hosted by STUDIOCANAL with support from BAFTA through its BAFTA Kids programme – cast and crew from the forthcoming film PADDINGTON 2 met Their Royal Highnesses before joining the children on their journey through the English Countryside. The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry spent time meeting the young guests on board the 1920s and 30s vintage carriages that form the sister train to the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.
Following the news that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting her third child, actress, author, and long-time PETA supporter Alicia Silverstone has sent the royal a copy of her book The Kind Mama, which highlights the benefits of a plant-based pregnancy.
“Embracing this kind way and getting your body as healthy as possible will allow you to enjoy a smoother and more enjoyable pregnancy — helping to ward off the symptoms that take away from it (fatigue, nausea, swelling, heartburn, sleeplessness, mood swings) — have a sweeter birth and post-partum experience, and be the healthiest, happiest mama,” says Silverstone.
The summit explores the impact that digital technology has on children. The Summit was founded in 1995 in order to help steer the future of children’s programming in a rapidly-changing world. The event now involves creatives, technology innovators, policymakers, executives and thought leaders from around the world.
The Duchess of Cambridge this week joined children and families to celebrate the work of the Rugby Portobello Trust at its community centre in North Kensington.
Her Royal Highness learnt more about the centre’s range of services for young people, families and the local community as she met those benefitting from the trust’s support whilst handing out Christmas presents at a ‘Magic Mums’ group party. The Trust is part of a network of centres that help local communities, and provides support by running programmes for children and parents such as homework clubs, sporting activities, social groups and tuition.
The award winning celebrity, whose latest album Divide spent more than 15 weeks at the top of the charts, received the honour during a Buckingham Palace investiture ceremony.
Between Christmas and New Year, Prince Harry turned his hand to radio programming and presenting for a day as he took over BBC Radio 4’s Today programme as guest editor.
He used the opportunity to discuss topics close to his heart including technology, youth violence, the Armed Forces, mental health, the future of the Commonwealth, conservation and the environment.
At the start of the programme, His Royal Highness spoke about why he decided to guest edit the programme, and how he had chosen the issues which were covered.
The Duke of Cambridge recently visited ‘Campaign Against Living Miserably’ (CALM), a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, to lend his support to their ‘Best Man Project’.
On arrival His Royal Highness met staff, volunteers and supporters from CALM, before joining a group of men who are taking part in filming ‘Best Man Project’ videos, where they chat about the importance of friendship and issues around mental wellbeing.
The new centre will help the hospital to provide world class care to more children and will increase is patient capacity.
Earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge met teachers and pupils at Roe Green Junior School in Brent, who have been trialling a new online resource which will help open up discussions about mental health in schools.
With as many as one in ten young children experiencing a mental health issue before the age of 11, Her Royal Highness has put young people at the heart of Heads Together and her ongoing work with The Royal Foundation.
During the forum, Their Royal Highness and Ms. Markle took part in a panel discussion to talk about how The Foundation was founded and their ambitions for its future. Ms. Markle will formally become the fourth Patron of The Royal Foundation after her and Prince Harry’s wedding on 19 May 2018.
The Duchess of Cambridge has become Patron of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), and Patron of the Nursing Now campaign.
The new patronages were announced ahead of Her Royal Highness’ visit to the RCOG and St. Thomas’ Hospital afterwards, where The Duchess officially launched the Nursing Now campaign.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge will visit Jordan, Israel, and the Occupied Palestinian Territories from Sunday 24th June until Thursday 28th June at the request of Her Majesty’s Government.
The visit will be The Duke’s first to the region.
In Jordan, His Royal Highness will be able to build on the strong links that exist not only between the two countries, but also between their respective Royal families who have visited each other many times over the years. In Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, the visit will be the first official tour on behalf of the Government by a Member of The Royal Family.
Coach Core is an apprenticeship programme that helps young people who are not in education, employment or training to build a career in sports coaching.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge undertook two engagements in support of deployed military personnel and their families who will be apart over the festive period.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a Christmas party in London for families and children of deployed personnel, before visiting those personnel in Cyprus.
The Duchess of Cambridge has become Patron of Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
The new patronage was announced ahead of Her Royal Highness’ visit to Evelina London with The Duke of Cambridge. The visit saw Their Royal Highnesses learn more about how the hospital supports children and their families, and the specialist services provided to children with rare and complex conditions.
Through visits to hospitals and hospices The Duchess has seen first-hand the impact that comprehensive care and support can have upon young children. Her Royal Highness’s new patronage of Evelina London provides an opportunity to champion the medical professionals working on the front-line in children’s healthcare, and shine a light on their work supporting children in their early years.