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Old 10-15-2015, 04:40 PM
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I am so grateful to William for acknowledging the importance of helping parents and children cope with grief. I have too much experience with this, having lost my mother at age 14 and my dear son this year when he was 41. He had end-stage Multiple Sclerosis. My son has two daughters, ages 10 and 4, who have greatly benefitted from art therapy with a hospice organization. They have learned they are not alone in grief and have support from the community. I think it's more important than ever to help children cope with grief, especially since our society is so mobile.

Love that William has the courage to express what a painful loss he suffered, and help others.
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Old 10-15-2015, 05:14 PM
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'Grief is the most painful experience' William opens up about Princess Diana's death-
Prince William opens up about Princess Diana's death | Royal | News | Daily Express

Don't why the editor used a picture of actors in a Diana movie in this article. That's a silly error, IMO.
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Old 10-15-2015, 06:32 PM
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I am so grateful to William for acknowledging the importance of helping parents and children cope with grief. I have too much experience with this, having lost my mother at age 14 and my dear son this year when he was 41. He had end-stage Multiple Sclerosis. My son has two daughters, ages 10 and 4, who have greatly benefitted from art therapy with a hospice organization. They have learned they are not alone in grief and have support from the community. I think it's more important than ever to help children cope with grief, especially since our society is so mobile.

Love that William has the courage to express what a painful loss he suffered, and help others.
Very sorry to read that you r son passed away this year Rebound.
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Old 10-16-2015, 06:51 AM
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Prince William opened up about his painful past in an emotional speech.

The 33-year-old royal spoke of the heartbreak of losing a loved one on Thursday night when he attended a gala in London celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Child Bereavement Charity, an organization that was supported by his late mother, Princess Diana.

"Twenty-one years ago last month, my mother attended the launch of the Child Bereavement Charity," William began his speech. "Fifteen years later, I was honored 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 Speaking at the Child Bereavement Charity 2015 : People.com
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Old 01-11-2017, 09:10 AM
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Although a joint engagement, it's one of William's charities, so I'll post here for now.

Child Bereavement ‏@cbukhelp
Starting to get busy at our East London Centre, preparations underway to welcome TRH The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge #CBUKRoyalVisit #Newham
https://twitter.com/cbukhelp/status/819179384867266560

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Honoured to have TRH The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge at our #Newham Centre to celebrate 1 year's bereavement support service in East London
https://twitter.com/cbukhelp/status/819202357498179586

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The Duke & Duchess are introduced to local professionals and volunteers, as well as families and children who've been supported by @cbukhelp
https://twitter.com/cbukhelp/status/819204703766675460

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at a bereavement centre in Stratford, east London - Shinobi Irons,12, presents posey to Kate
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Old 01-11-2017, 11:24 AM
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Child Bereavement UK's centre in Stratford, east London

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Prince William and Kate Middleton carry out child bereavement visit
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This article is perhaps posted on one of the many other threads here already, but nice to see our (according to some in the media and some of the posters here on TRF) lazy, boring, workshy and uncharismatic duke/duchess out and about. To me, they are the exact opposite.

Prince William speaks about Diana on engagement with Kate Middleton | Daily Mail Online
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Prince William movingly comforted a little girl grieving for her father today, telling her: 'I lost my mummy when I was very young too.'

The prince, who later this year will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, asked Aoife, nine: 'Do you know what happened to me? You know I lost my mummy when I was very young too. I was 15 and my brother was 12.'

The prince, accompanied by his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, was visiting the Child Bereavement UK Centre in Stratford, which is marking its one year anniversary, and provides support for children and families when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing personal loss.

He urged Aoife, whose father John died from pancreatic cancer six years ago, not to bottle up her loss, adding: 'Do you speak about your daddy? It's very important to talk about it. Very, very important.'
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:16 PM
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They fixed the quote. I saw an earlier version with the quote being 13 and 12 for the ages. I thought it was totally strange that William himself would mess up the age.
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:32 PM
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Nasty old Daily Mail still calling her Kate Middleton, I see.
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Old 01-11-2017, 03:25 PM
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Prince William opens up Princess Diana death | Royal | News | Daily Express

William opens up about Diana’s death: ‘I was very angry and unable to talk about it'
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Probably wrong thread but having read todaysreports, I think Catherinedeserves credit for the support she has given William over theyears.
It cant have been easy. HE is now so much more open about his feelings.
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Probably wrong thread but having read todaysreports, I think Catherinedeserves credit for the support she has given William over theyears.
It cant have been easy. HE is now so much more open about his feelings.
Yes I think they do a good job of supporting each other quite well...she's said he takes good care of her. They both seem like very stable well balanced individuals.


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Old 01-12-2017, 03:52 PM
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TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Child Bereavement UK’s Centre in East London on 11 January 2017. The Duke of Cambridge has been Royal Patron of Child Bereavement UK since 2009, a charity 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.

While at the Stratford site, Their Royal Highnesses met bereaved families and children who have been supported by Child Bereavement UK in London and attended one of the charity’s Family Support Group sessions for children aged 4-12. These groups, facilitated by Child Bereavement UK’s bereavement support practitioners and trained volunteers, give children, their parents, and carers, the opportunity to meet other bereaved families and to explore the themes of memories, feelings, support networks and resilience. These sessions can help to decrease their sense of being alone and feeling ‘different’ when someone important in their lives has died.
Read more: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Newham Centre - Child Bereavement UK : Child Bereavement UK
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Old 10-20-2017, 03:56 PM
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In an emotional new fundraising campaign video for Child Bereavement UK, Prince William is asking the public to donate to the organisation, which supports bereaved families.

The Duke of Cambridge appears in a series of videos for his patronage, alongside those who have lost loved ones – both well-known and not. They tell the camera what they would say to their loved one if they had just one extra minute with them.
Video and more: Prince William in emotional #onemoreminute campaign for Child Bereavement • The Crown Chronicles
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Court Circular 21st March:
The Duke of Cambridge, Royal Patron, this afternoon attended a Child Bereavement UK Lunch at Annabel's, 46 Berkeley Square, London W1.
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Charity Film of the Year #OneMoreMinute was “The highest scoring film ever in the judging round at Charity Film Awards.” Watch our short film and join the conversation about bereavement

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Old 06-05-2019, 01:24 PM
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"The Duke of Cambridge, Royal Patron of Child Bereavement UK @CBUKhelp, will attend the charity's 25th Birthday Gala Dinner, to honour its work helping families to rebuild their lives after the devastation of child bereavement"

"Child Bereavement UK @CBUKhelp supports families and educates professionals, both when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, and when a child is facing bereavement"

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