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Old 12-03-2015, 07:35 AM
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Pippa and Carole Middleton join Prince William for Henry van Straubenzee Christmas carol concert | Daily Mail Online
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Old 12-03-2015, 09:39 AM
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The Duke of Cambridge supported his friends the van Straubenzees tonight, attending the Henry van Straubenzee...

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Old 12-04-2015, 03:39 AM
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The Duke of Cambridge's attendance at the Carol Service tonight (2/12) was a private engagement and is not recorded in the Court Circular.
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Old 12-04-2015, 04:54 PM
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The Big Issue ‏@BigIssue 6h6 hours ago
Exclusive Prince William interview, out Monday. From Christmas at Kensington Palace to the influence of his mother.
December 7th.
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Old 12-04-2015, 05:53 PM
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I'm exited for this

The Big Issue @BigIssue
Exclusive Prince William interview, out Monday. From Christmas at Kensington Palace to the influence of his mother.

https://twitter.com/BigIssue/status/672802578124566528
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Old 12-04-2015, 07:05 PM
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William gives excellent interviews. Looking forward to this.


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Old 12-07-2015, 03:17 AM
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William has a series of engagements today. He will visit Football for Peace, The project is run by ambassadors who arrange workshops and matches based on equality, diversity and inclusion for young people.

Football for Peace, a national charity, works with teenage boys and girls in seven schools in Birmingham.

William will visit Bournville College to hear about the anti-bullying work of The Diana Award, remembering his mother’s legacy.

There will also be a trip to youth homelessness charity St Basils.

William will hear about the work of a partnership involving Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trusts which offers affordable shared accommodation and apprenticeship chances

He visited St Basils on two earlier trips to Birmingham in 2013 and 2014.
Read more: Where to see Prince William in Birmingham today - Birmingham Mail

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Today (7 December 2015) The Duke of Cambridge is showing his support for The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Campaign by helping young people appreciate the issues of diversity difference and feeling safe. This visit follows the Duke’s recent work with The Diana Award to highlight the impact of bullying on a child’s mental wellbeing. During this visit, he will take part in activities that highlight the message “we are all different, but together we are one”.
Read more: The Duke of Cambridge tackles issues of diversity and difference with The Diana Award | Diana Award

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Prince William Joins Up with Charity Set Up in Princess Diana's Honor to Combat Bullying

Prince William is to immerse himself in a campaign to tackle diversity-based bullying.

William, 33, is taking part in a training session on Monday morning that will focus on diversity difference and feeling safe.

In a visit where he will highlight the fight against bullying with the charity set up in his mother's name, William will build on his recent work that highlighted the impact of bullying on a child's mental well-being.

His visit with Diana Award – the charity set up in the name of his late mother, Princess Diana – comes as an online survey found over half of young people reported negative terms used to describe their appearance including ethnicity in terms of their skin color or physical racial features
Read more: Prince William In Anti-Bullying Fight : People.com
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Old 12-07-2015, 02:59 PM
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During an hour-long visit to Bournville College's conference centre, the Duke of Cambridge showed his support for an anti-bullying campaign run by the Diana Award, a charity set up in memory of his mother. The Duke listened to an anti-bullying rap performed by primary school children from Quarry Bank, West Midlands, and took part in creating a poster promoting the slogan "Together We are One".

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The Duke of Cambridge's attendance at the Carol Service tonight (2/12) was a private engagement and is not recorded in the Court Circular.
I thought William and Harry were official Patrons of the charity? The carol service raises money for the charity, I wonder why doesn't it count?
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the events listed in the Court Circular ones that are approved by HM, The Queen and they're representing the Crown? If so, even if William and Harry were patrons, it wouldn't be an "official" engagement but rather one of their own personal endeavors.
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^^^I believe that thees types of personal patronages ie: Sentebale are not considered official engagements.
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Old 12-07-2015, 08:53 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the events listed in the Court Circular ones that are approved by HM, The Queen and they're representing the Crown? If so, even if William and Harry were patrons, it wouldn't be an "official" engagement but rather one of their own personal endeavors.
I think it depends on in what capacity royals attend events. If William attended in a private capacity then it wouldn't be in the CC. If he attended formally then it would. This event has always seemed to be about friends and family attending a carol service.

It is a recognised patronage. He and Harry are Joint Patrons and it is on the list on the royal website.
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Old 12-08-2015, 06:10 AM
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Prince William shows off his ball skills at a football academy in Birmingham | Daily Mail Online
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Old 12-08-2015, 07:56 AM
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News: HRH The Duke of Cambridge Congratulates Cofton Primary JPA pupils #RoyalVisitBrum


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His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge has congratulated the first primary schoolchildren in Birmingham completing a new award scheme in his name.

The Duke spoke with 14 pupils from Cofton Primary School in Centenary Square, Birmingham city centre on Monday, December 7th, as part of a broader visit to the city.

The group are the first primary age pupils in Birmingham to take part in the SkillForce Junior Prince’s Award – the only one in The Duke’s name – which equips nine to eleven-year-olds with the skills they need to succeed at school and in life.

Aimed at primary schoolchildren and those in the first year of secondary school, where the transition can be challenging, the new award scheme is being rolled out at schools across Great Britain after being launched by The Duke of Cambridge in Yorkshire last year.
Read more: HRH The Duke of Cambridge Congratulates First Primary Schoolchildren in Birmingham Completing Award Scheme - SkillForce


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We were truly honoured that HRH Duke of Cambridge returned for the third consecutive year to visit a St Basils scheme, as part of a series of engagements in Birmingham yesterday.

St Basils is the largest agency in the West Midlands helping young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

HRH Prince William first visited St Basils in 2013 to commend Birmingham as the first City to commit to work together to End Youth Homelessness
Read more: HRH Duke of Cambridge returns to St Basils to visit innovative Live and Work scheme - News - News & Resources - St. Basils
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no one mentioned that he didn't attend the rugby last weekend - maybe this weekened
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The Duke of Cambridge Charities and Patronages

Wales played Ireland in Ireland. He definitely was not going to that one. England plays Wales at Twickenham on March 12. Maybe he goes to that one instead of going to Cardiff.


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Old 02-11-2016, 09:32 PM
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Wales played Ireland in Ireland. He definitely was not going to that one. England plays Wales at Twickenham on March 12. Maybe he goes to that one instead of going to Cardiff.


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Wales are at home at the (newly renamed) Principality Stadium - to Scotland. Be great to see him there
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I think KP would announced by now if he was going. When he goes to Wales there is more than just the match usually a event for the injured players fund. They went to the oil refinery before the one match when Kate was pregnant. If he goes to London to watch he can just watch. In Cardiff he has to go as the Vice Patron so the helicopter trip is justified thus KP announces engagements before match.


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Old 02-11-2016, 09:46 PM
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so maybe him and Harry at Twickers!
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Old 02-27-2016, 12:52 PM
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Couple of Articles about how William is to launch a campaign on mental health issues affecting young men

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The young man was reduced to such despair that suicide seemed the only way out. When the Duke of Cambridge and a medical team reached him by helicopter, he was still clinging to life. Despite their efforts, he died.

Another day in the life of the East Anglian Air Ambulance. For Prince William, however, that mission early in his air ambulance career — and there have been others like it since — helped to persuade him that suicide by young men is such a serious problem that he wants to take action.

This spring he is to launch a campaign on mental health issues affecting young men. According to insiders his interest was generated by the wave of stories a couple of years ago about young gay men who had committed suicide.

Duke’s job inspires suicide prevention | The Times


Also mentioned in People Magazine

Prince Williams Launching Campaign on Male Suicide : People.com


In the Times article it mentions at the end "and three more overseas trips later in the year"
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