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Old 03-14-2009, 03:59 PM
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Another article.
Prince William: 'Mummy' is a hollow word for me - CNN.com
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Old 03-26-2009, 05:43 PM
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Nice little article
How Diana and Wills have helped a mother bring hope to grieving children | Mail Online
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Old 03-27-2009, 12:46 AM
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That was a very good article, ghost_night! I liked the pictures of William and Diana with Ms. Samuel. It's always interesting to read about the 'behind the scenes' stuff.

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Old 03-27-2009, 01:04 PM
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Indeed such a beautiful article. I love seeing Prince William and Harry carrying on what their mother did, including the people that she met.
I certainly cannot wait till William becomes king.
I was just wondering has William ever visited yorkshire? or did Diana for that matter?
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#royal #william #kate The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge attended an event last night which helped raise £675,000 for Child Bereavement Charity
#royal #william #kate 100 Women in Hedge Funds held gala at St James' Palace. William is patron of both 100WHF and Child Bereavement Charity
#royal #william #kate for details later about last night's event, and for more info about the great work they do, follow @cbchelp

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#royal #william #kate 100WHF is focuing for a year each on 3 of William's Patronages: Centrepoint 2010, @cbchelp 2011, Skill Force in 2012.


I asked him if we'll get any pix later on let's see what his reply is....
I know it hasn't been that long but it feels like forever since we've gotten new pix guess we were just spoiled rotten during the NA tour so now it seems weird. Haven't been here in a while I've missed this place!
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Old 10-14-2011, 07:09 AM
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended last night at a 100 Women in Hedge Found

100WHF News: 100 Women in Hedge Funds' London Gala raises over £675,000 for Child Bereavement Charity

100 Women in Hedge Funds Events: London Gala 2011

"Hello" Lady in red Duchess of Cambridge raises £675,000

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Duchess in red: William and Kate are guests of honour at charity gala
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:10 PM
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended last night at a 100 Women in Hedge Found

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Duchess in red: William and Kate are guests of honour at charity gala
I always feel a special sense of poignancy when William attends an event in support of the CBC. The cause must be close to his heart- such is the case when one can relate to the cause due to personal life experience. That charity has an ideal Patron- nobody could do better!
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More on the event and the label Kate wore - one of the dress designers is now married to Kate's ex Rupert Finch: Kate & William at St. James’ Palace (Kate’s 3rd Evening Gown Appearance as HRH!) UPDATED « The Royal Post
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I always feel a special sense of poignancy when William attends an event in support of the CBC. The cause must be close to his heart- such is the case when one can relate to the cause due to personal life experience. That charity has an ideal Patron- nobody could do better!
I agree with you. I read his speech that Marika86 kindly posted, and it spoke volumes about his passion for this cause. He understands the grief of losing a close family member (a parent nonetheless) and can provide strength and support to families who are dealing with the same sorrow.
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I found more pix!
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An article from 'Us' magazine about Thursday's event.

Prince William, Kate Were "Charming" at Charity Event - UsMagazine.com
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The Duke of Cambridge as Royal Patron of Child Bereavement UK

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Gary Barlow will perform for the Duke of Cambridge and other guests at Child Bereavement UK's 21st birthday dinner on October 15.

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William, who is royal patron of Child Bereavement UK, will meet the charity's supporters at the bash at the Banqueting House in London.
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So exciting! William + children = amazing. If past events with this charity are anything to go by- I better have the tissues ready! Heck, to be honest- I'm tearing up now as I type...
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Gary Barlow will perform for the Duke of Cambridge and other guests at Child Bereavement UK's 21st birthday dinner on October 15.



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William, who is royal patron of Child Bereavement UK, will meet the charity's supporters at the bash at the Banqueting House in London.
Really looking forward to this. William is excellent with children, and I'm sure this particular charity is very close to his heart for many reasons. I'll be getting my tissues ready, that's for sure.



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Maybe I'm totally off on this one but from what it sounds like, this is going to be an evening dinner with staff and the supporters of Child Bereavement at a banquet hall and not at the actual charity itself. I'd really be surprised if any of the children themselves were there. Kids and their parents that need the support of this wonderful charity most likely would not feel up to going public with what they're going through.

Then again I could be wrong.
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I agree it sounds similar to the Tusk event at Syon House. More about thanking the staff and donors. Maybe people who used the service in the past.

When WK went to the charity when Kate was pregnant with George the meeting with the people who lost child or parent was behind closed doors.


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William is Royal Patron of Child Bereavement UK

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Gary Barlow will perform for the Duke of Cambridge and other guests at Child Bereavement UK's 21st birthday dinner on October 15.

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William, who is royal patron of Child Bereavement UK, will meet the charity's supporters at the bash at the Banqueting House in London.

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Prince William paid a moving tribute to his late mother tonight at a bereavement charity fundraising dinner.

The prince spoke of his admiration for Princess Diana and said: "Grief is the most painful experience that any child or parent can endure."

The prince, who was just 15 when his mother was killed in a car accident in a Paris tunnel on August 31 1997, addressed the 270 guests at the 21st birthday for Child Bereavement UK at Banqueting House.

William said: "Twenty-one years ago last month, my mother attended the launch of the Child Bereavement Charity.

"Fifteen years later, I was honoured to be invited to become Patron of Child Bereavement UK to continue my mother's commitment to a charity which is very dear to me.
Read more: Prince William pays tribute to mum Diana: ''Grief is the most painful experience a child or parent can endure'' - Mirror Online


A speech by The Duke of Cambridge at Child Bereavement Charity UK 21st Anniversary dinner
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