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Old 05-22-2015, 09:22 PM
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Most likely the whole family will be back in London next month. Trooping the Colour and Garter Day is coming up. Also, William have an engagement coming up on the 30th of May too.
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Old 05-23-2015, 03:53 AM
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There would be no need for the whole family to return to London for two days.


William, and Kate - if she attends either event - could easily travel from Sandringham to London and back in one day for both events and thus the children's routine wouldn't need to be upset at all.
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Old 05-23-2015, 03:59 AM
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There would be no need for the whole family to return to London for two days.


William, and Kate - if she attends either event - could easily travel from Sandringham to London and back in one day for both events and thus the children's routine wouldn't need to be upset at all.
William & Catherine could well do two, one-day trips, to attend the Trooping and Garter. That said, I think Catherine may only come up for the Trooping, and give the Garter a miss for the year. Lets see.
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Old 05-23-2015, 04:02 AM
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There would be no need for the whole family to return to London for two days.


William, and Kate - if she attends either event - could easily travel from Sandringham to London and back in one day for both events and thus the children's routine wouldn't need to be upset at all.
Yep. Absolutely no need to disrupt the children's routine. They have nannies and maybe even still a nurse, and Kate's mother would no doubt lend a hand if necessary.
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Old 05-23-2015, 07:09 AM
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Trooping on Saturday, that Monday is a confirmed event with Queen and Philip at Runnymede and also Garter Day so it is not a one day pop in for William.

Charlotte will be around six weeks by then so with all the family in for the weekend maybe they bring the kids with them for a couple of days in London. KP has a nursery too so it not like they have to drag all the baby gear back and forth between the 2 houses


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Old 05-23-2015, 07:40 AM
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Trooping on Saturday, that Monday is a confirmed event with Queen and Philip at Runnymede and also Garter Day so it is not a one day pop in for William.

Charlotte will be around six weeks by then so with all the family in for the weekend maybe they bring the kids with them for a couple of days in London. KP has a nursery too so it not like they have to drag all the baby gear back and forth between the 2 houses


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Right, and Charlotte's routine won't be disturbed at all. George travels all over the place all the time.
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Trooping on Saturday, that Monday is a confirmed event with Queen and Philip at Runnymede and also Garter Day so it is not a one day pop in for William.

Charlotte will be around six weeks by then so with all the family in for the weekend maybe they bring the kids with them for a couple of days in London. KP has a nursery too so it not like they have to drag all the baby gear back and forth between the 2 houses


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Old 05-23-2015, 09:03 AM
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There are doctors near Anmer Hall that Kate and Charlotte can visit for regular checkups. Being royals the doctors are more likely to actually go to them rather than the other way round anyway.
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Old 07-09-2015, 09:53 PM
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Court Circular. Thursday 9th July

The Duke of Cambridge, Colonel, Irish Guards, this evening attended a Regimental Boxing Night at Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow
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Old 07-09-2015, 11:30 PM
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William is definitely trying to pack as much as he can into his London week before he starts flying .... Good for him
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Old 07-10-2015, 03:59 AM
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William is definitely trying to pack as much as he can into his London week before he starts flying .... Good for him
I think this is a great model, to have a London week ever so often, and pack it with engagements. You then retreat to Anmer, and carry on with your "other" job.
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I agree muriel. Ironic that a man who will again be working with a full and part-time job is sometimes labeled at "lazy."
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Old 07-11-2015, 04:51 PM
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Prince William helps raise 120k for @TuskTrust & Henry Van Straubenzee Fund at polo today (pic: @Perfume_Society)

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Old 09-11-2015, 07:07 PM
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Patron of the National Memorial Arboretum Remembrance Centre

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A 15.7 million visitor's centre will be an "exciting new addition" to the National Memorial Arboretum, the Duke of Cambridge has said.

Building work on the memorial garden's Remembrance Centre has already started, but today there was a ceremonial breaking of the ground.

Prince William, the project's patron, said: "I am delighted that work is now to begin on building the new visitor centre.

"The Arboretum is a place of sanctuary, but also a place of education and those who visit deserve to be looked after when they are here."

The Prince was unable to attend in person, but had his words read aloud by another supporter, the TV star Dame Penelope Keith.

He added: "I am grateful to the National Memorial Arboretum management team and the Appeal Council for working so hard to make this visitor centre possible.

"In just over a year's time, the project will be complete - an exciting new addition to this very special place - and I look forward to seeing it in person."
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RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire will celebrate the 100th anniversary of one of its squadrons today.

To mark it, 29 Squadron will take part in a special parade - watched by Prince William - who is the Honorary Air Commandant of Royal Air Force Coningsby.

The air base is also home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, which will perform a flypast.
Read more: Prince William to visit RAF Coningsby to mark 100th anniversary celebrations | Calendar - ITV News
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Old 09-22-2015, 11:11 AM
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The Duke of Cambridge, Honorary Air Commandant of Royal Air Force Coningsby, visits the RAF station to observe the 100th Anniversary Parade of 29 (Reserve) Squadron. The air base is also home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, of which The Duke is Patron. He joined the crew of a Chipmunk plane for a flight. .

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Prince William was hit by the curse of mechanical failure today, just as Harry was last week. He was due to fly in a Dakota but it went US.

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With the Dakota unserviceable, William flew a Chipmunk instead at RAF Coningsby.
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Old 09-22-2015, 12:20 PM
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I love the pictures in here of William being... William.
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