Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Endeavour Awards
On February 7, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Endeavour Awards at Draper’s Hall in London.
The awards are in aid of the Endeavour Fund, which helps wounded, sick and injured military personnel. The organisation was founded in 2014 and hosts an award ceremony each year.
The winner of the recognising achievement award was Kelly Ganfield, who won a gold medal at the Invitcus Games in Sydney last year. The celebrating excellence award was given to Nathan Forster, who flew 737’s for TUI Airlines. The Henry Worsley Award was presented to Shaun Pascoe, who commanded the RAF’s emergency medical response team. Henry Worsley was a former soldier and adventurer who passed away after having surgery in Chile.
Actor Ross Kemp hosted the ceremony, which was the first engagement the couple attended together before their wedding in May 2018.
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Congratulations not only to tonight’s winners, but every single nominee! What an amazing night celebrating just some of the endeavours taken on by the Armed Forces Community. #EndeavourFundAwards pic.twitter.com/yXlLjpOJfE
— Endeavour Fund (@EndeavourFund) February 7, 2019
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