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The @QueensCanopy is a conservation initiative, uniting the Commonwealth family of nations in creating a global network of indigenous forests to benefit communities and wildlife, now, and into the future. Visit @TheRoyalFamily to see The Duke of Sussex join children from St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton to take part in a tree planting in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, together with the @WoodlandTrust. #QueensCommonwealthCanopy #Commonwealth
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"I have always believed in the power of art, not only to unlock that creativity, but also to bring us joy, and to inspire, challenge and positively change our lives. The @FoundlingMuseum powerfully links these two forces for good. By weaving together the moving stories of looked after children, with art and artists of all genres, you create meaningful learning experiences which will have a lasting, and often transformational, impact on young lives." — The Duchess of Cambridge, on her first visit to the Foundling Museum as Patron, met trainees and graduates of the Museum’s ‘Tracing our Tales’ programme, which has been developed to equip care-experienced young adults with the skills to devise and deliver workshops at the Museum. Swipe to watch more from The Duchess's speech. 📷📽 Kensington Palace
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited New Zealand House in London, where they signed the Book of Condolence opened following the terrorist attacks in Christchurch. The Duke and Duchess signed the book on behalf of @TheRoyalFamily — Their Royal Highnesses visited New Zealand in October 2018. 📷PA
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In 2006 Boxer Mark Prince lost his son, Kiyan, aged 15, when he was fatally stabbed while intervening to prevent the bullying of another boy. The following year Mark founded the Kiyan Prince Foundation @thekpf, which aims to use Life coaching and Sports to empower young people to create thriving communities and a violent free society. Today The Duke of Cambridge, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, honoured Mark with an #OBE for services to tackling knife and gang crime in London, at an Investiture at Buckingham Palace. 📷PA
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Today The Queen, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, visited King's College London to officially open Bush House, the latest education and learning facilities on the Strand Campus. The Queen and The Duchess viewed a robotics demonstration — including robotic surgery — and a demo showing how sensors made from textiles can measure useful information about the body. They also visited King’s virtual trading floor at the Entrepreneurship Institute, which supports entrepreneurial thinking, skills and experiences among Kings’ students, staff and alumni. 📷PA/Royal Communications
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☘️ On #StPatricksDay The Duke of Cambridge, Colonel of the @irishguards, accompanied by The Duchess, visited 1st Battalion Irish Guards at the St Patrick’s Day Parade. Led by their mascot, the Irish Wolfhound Domhnall, 350 soldiers marched onto the Parade Square, where The Duchess presented the shamrock to Officers and Warrant Officers. 📸 PA
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The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, attended the annual Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall — which helps to raise funds for the @RoyalNavy and Royal Marines Charity. #MFM2019
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🍺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏉 Ahead of today’s Six Nations match between Wales and Ireland, The Duke of Cambridge opened @BrainsBrewery, Wales’ biggest brewer — swipe to watch The Duke pull a pre-match pint! The Duke also met supporters and beneficiaries of the @WelshRugbyUnion Charitable Trust, which supports severely injured players from Wales.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏉 Congratulations @WelshRugbyUnion on an incredible Six Nations grand slam! The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, presented Captain Alun Wyn Jones with the @SixNationsRugby Championship trophy. 📽 Footage courtesy of @bbcsport
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“Our hearts go out to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives in the devastating attack in Christchurch. We have all been fortunate to spend time in Christchurch and have felt the warm, open-hearted and generous spirit that is core to its remarkable people. No person should ever have to fear attending a sacred place of worship. This senseless attack is an affront to the people of Christchurch and New Zealand, and the broader Muslim community. It is a horrifying assault on a way of life that embodies decency, community, and friendship. We know that from this devastation and deep mourning, the people of New Zealand will unite to show that such evil can never defeat compassion and tolerance. We send our thoughts and prayers to everyone in New Zealand today. Kia Kaha.” — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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The Duke of Sussex attended the Veterans' Mental Health Conference @kingsioppn, which saw experts in their field - from prominent academics and researchers and mental health practitioners through to journalists - brought together to share ideas around initiatives and best practice and discuss findings and progress on better supporting veterans’ mental health. The Duke of Sussex is passionate about promoting the welfare of those who are serving or who have served their country in the Armed Forces. His attendance at the conference forms part of his on-going work at The Royal Foundation with the @Heads_Together campaign to change the national conversation on mental health, and his work in collaboration with the Ministry of Defence aimed at improving mental health support and training across the Defence community #VMHC2019 📷PA
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The Duchess of Cambridge, @NationalPortraitGallery Patron, attended the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Gala — which will support ‘Inspiring People: Transforming our National Portrait Gallery’, a project for the complete renewal of the Gallery that will see a significant refurbishment of the building. The Duchess met members of the Gallery’s Youth Forum and learning team, finding out more about the Inspiring People project. #NationalPortraitGallery #PortraitGala
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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre to see how the Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) are using the Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) to support parents, carers and their children. At the Centre The Duchess joined parents and their children for ‘Together Time’, which provides space for parents to enjoy being with their babies or toddlers and includes singing, use of child led play and interaction. The session is designed to support parents’ ability to understand their child’s cues, feel more confident in their parenting and strengthen their relationship with their child.
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On #CommonwealthDay The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and Members of the @TheRoyalFamily for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. The theme of this year’s service was ‘A Connected Commonwealth’. The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, sent a Commonwealth Day message in which HM highlighted how people around the world are drawn together because of the collective values shared by the Commonwealth. 📷PA
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🇨🇦🇬🇧 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are marking #CommonwealthDay by celebrating the diverse community of Canadians living around the UK. Le duc et la duchesse de Sussex marquent la #JournéeduCommonwealth en célébrant les diverses communautés de Canadiens habitant le R.-U. 📷 PA/Kensington Palace
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“If things are wrong and there is a lack of justice, and there is an inequality, then someone needs to say something.” — The Duchess of Sussex has become Vice-President of The @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron, and The Duke of Sussex is President. In her new role, The Duchess will highlight the Trust's partnerships with young people across the Commonwealth, and in particular its work supporting women and girls. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Her Royal Highness joined a special panel discussion of female thought-leaders and activists convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, to discuss a range of issues affecting women today. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2019 #QCT #QCTxIWD
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The Duchess of Sussex has become Vice-President of The @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron, and The Duke of Sussex is President. On International Women’s Day The Duchess joined a special panel discussion of female thought-leaders and activists to discuss a range of issues affecting women today, convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2019 #QCT #QCTxIWD
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Thank you Blackpool! #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from CECD Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’. Revoe Park had previously been a known location for drug use, in an area of significant deprivation, yet is now a great example of how a long-term community led initiative can transform lives and provide new opportunities. It is now helping young children experience gardening and the outdoors, as well as providing space and activities that allow parents, particularly men, to talk about mental health. #RoyalVisitBlackpool 📷PA/Kensington Palace
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At Blackpool Central Library The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined people involved in CECD Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Blackpool Hospital Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, discussed the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. The Duke and Duchess also met people affected by problems around #MentalHealth, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and people making a difference through innovative work locally. With representatives from the emergency services and first responder community they learned more about how they are helping people in Blackpool with complex mental health needs. #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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Housing is a critical issue in Blackpool — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Kirby Road to see the realities of the town’s housing problems and the significant work under way to resolve these. After seeing an example of poorly maintained ex-boarding house, The Duke and Duchess visited Christina Jackson in a similar house across the road which was purchased and upgraded by My Blackpool Home. Christina’s home was renovated in 2018 under Blackpool Council's investment and refurbishment scheme — in total around 50 bedsits in the area have now become 13 good quality homes for families. #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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Nice to see you Blackpool — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in Blackpool to visit innovative projects focused on investment and regeneration, and to learn how the resort is leading the way in tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today. #RoyalVisitBlackpool 📷PA/Kensington Palace
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‘Climate change is a humanitarian issue not a political one and one where we’ve been far too slow in waking up to the issues and acting on the damaging impact our ways of living are having on the world.’ Today, The Duke of Sussex spoke at #WEDay in London. The @WEMovement is a global initiative to encourage young people to take part in positive social change. Every member of the audience had earnt their place at Wembley today by undertaking at least one local and one global charitable act. During his speech, His Royal Highness spoke of the challenges that young people are facing regarding climate change and mental health, saying, ‘As far as I see it, there are two crucial issues that we need to focus on and my hope is that a 1000 more issues will be cured in the process.’ 📸 Press Association
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Today The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by The Queen @TheRoyalFamily to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales. Follow @ClarenceHouse to see more from today’s reception.
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“Investing in the people who make up the diplomatic service is vital - and so I am pleased to be here to help mark the next step forward in that investment.” The Duke of Cambridge opened the Mayhew Theatre today – a new learning facility in the Diplomatic Academy building at the @ukforeignoffice in London. The Mayhew Theatre is named after Lady Cicely Mayhew, one of the first women to be appointed to the British Diplomatic Service. Today The Duke met three of her four children - Judy, Tessa and David (seen above) and her granddaughter Emily, who were attending the opening this afternoon – as well the Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, FCO staff and architects who built the new Mayhew Theatre. The theatre has state-of-the-art technology, which means staff can join sessions virtually from across the world, and will be used to support the delivery of the Diplomatic Academy curriculums.
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The Duke of Sussex visited the Scar Free Foundation’s new centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital — which will support the creation of bespoke psychological interventions to help veterans and their families adjust to living with an altered appearance such as physical scarring or limb loss. More than 6,000 members of the British armed forces have been seriously injured or scarred in recent conflicts. The Scar Free Foundation centre’s new study UNITS (Understanding Needs and Interventions for the Treatment of Scarring), will involve over 200 veterans from recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and aims to better understand and address the psychological needs of military personnel affected by appearance altering conflict wounds.
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“In memory of all those who lost their lives, and to the families whose lives were changed forever.” — The Sousse and Bardo Memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives and all those affected by the attacks on the Bardo Museum on 18 March 2015, and in the resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse on 26 June 2015. The centre piece of the memorial is a sculpture titled ‘Infinite Wave’ made up of 31 individual streams, each one representing the British nationals who lost their lives. The Duke of Sussex attended today’s dedication ceremony and officially opened the memorial in Cannon Hill Park, before meeting some of the families of those affected by the attacks.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Wishing a Happy #StDavidsDay to all our followers! #DyddGwylDewiHapus 📷 PA
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Sure Start in Ballymena, which supports parents with children under four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland. Swipe to watch The Duke join a Dinosaur egg hatching activity - which supports children’s physical and cognitive skill development, and to see The Duchess join a spring time gardening activity, which gives children and parent an opportunity to plan their own springtime flower to bring home and take care of. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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🎞 The Duchess of Cambridge joins a Cinemagic make-up masterclass with children from Malvern Primary School. Cinemagic, Northern Ireland’s premier film organisation for young people, embraces the magic of film and television to inspire, motivate and educate – bringing young people together and use film as a vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and challenges affecting young people from all walks of life. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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Cinemagic embraces the magic of film and television to inspire, motivate and educate — bringing young people together and use film as a vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and challenges affecting young people from all walks of life. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined activities at Cinemagic’s workshops to see the full range of training they provide. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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Thank you Ballymena for the wonderful welcome for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge! #RoyalVisitNI
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🍺 Getting the party started at @BelfastEmpire, where The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland. The Duke and Duchess also congratulated legendary Northern Irish Athlete Dame Mary Peters, who was today appointed by Her Majesty The Queen @TheRoyalFamily to be a Lady Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. #RoyalVisitNI #NorthernIreland #Belfast
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🛶🎯 Roscor Youth Village is a residential activity centre which provides children with a safe space to help, supporting them through outdoor activities and developing independent living skills — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined young people for activities at the centre to find out more about the support on offer, and signed the final two tiles of a design by 40 young people from the village: swipe to see The Duke’s team win the canoe race! Each young person at Roscor is encouraged to develop skills including managing a small budget, cooking and maintaining their living space — all in a nurturing, safe environment, the aim to help them make more informed decisions, build resiliency and ultimately achieve better outcomes within their lives. #RoyalVisitNI
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⚽💚 The Irish Football Association @NorthernIreland is working to promote, foster and develop youth football for all in Northern Ireland, creating a fun, safe and inclusive culture — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined them to find out more about their work at grassroots level, including the Shooting Stars programme encouraging young girls to play football, and Ahead of the Game — which supports clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues with a focus on challenging the stigma and preventative measures. #NorthernIreland #RoyalVisitIreland #Belfast
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👋 A fantastic welcome in Belfast for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge from the children of Fane Street Primary School, St Brides Primary School, Victoria College and Fullerton House at the start of their visit to Northern Ireland! #RoyalVisitNI #NorthernIreland #Belfast 📷 PA / Kensington Palace
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In their final engagement during #RoyalVisitMorocco, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an audience with The King of Morocco at a Royal Residence. Before the audience, Their Royal Highnesses presented letters from Her Majesty The Queen to The King. 📷PA
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s third visit in Rabat today was to the beautiful Andalusian Gardens. The Duke and Duchess met local artisans and saw some of their handmade products. Their Royal Highnesses were also meeting some of Morocco’s young social entrepreneurs. Their Royal Highnesses heard more about their latest projects and the transformational impact they have had on the local community. Many of the young social entrepreneurs here today are working to address youth unemployment and supporting vulnerable communities. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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Their Royal Highnesses see more of the vibrant Moroccan culture – joining a cooking demonstration with Chef Moha and children, who were cooking traditional dishes. Many of the children are from underprivileged backgrounds, and are part of a scheme to help open up the restaurant industry to young people. Children were also making Cherine Mallah’s Moroccan Pancakes from ‘Together: Our Community Cookbook’ – the charity cookbook, supported by The Duchess, which celebrates the power of cooking to bring communities together. #RoyalVisitMorocco #CookTogether. 📷image 2 PA / image 1 +3 @kensingtonroyal
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Royal Equestrian Club this morning. The centre in Rabat provides equine therapy to children with disabilities and those with mental health challenges. Their Royal Highness met children and young people using the facilities and saw the benefits equine therapy is having on them. 📷 PA / @kensingtonroyal
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are greeted by the daughters of the British Ambassador, @reillytsa, at their residence for a reception this evening. Inside The Duke and Duchess received a traditional rose water welcome before meeting guests. The reception bought together people from various sectors of Moroccan society. The Duke and Duchess met disabled athletes, military representatives, influential Moroccan women and social entrepreneurs. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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📷 After the investiture, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with girls at the @efa_morocco boarding house. Girls here are able to access education by staying in dormitories close to school. Many girls in Morocco are unable to continue their studies into secondary education because they cannot afford to travel to school. But @efa_morocco means they have a safe place to live during the week. Their Royal Highnesses met many of the supporters of @efa_morocco. This included the housemothers, who will care for up to 40 girls at a time in each house. The Duke and Duchess also met with a group of students on the roof of the original boarding house. Swipe to watch 👉. Images 1: PA / 2 +3 @kensingtonroyal
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The Duke of Sussex presents the Founder of @efa_morocco Michael McHugo with his #MBE during a special investiture, on the rooftop of the original @efa_morocco Boarding House. 
McHugo was awarded the honour for services to improving gender quality in education in Morocco in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list. Currently 200 girls are receiving a secondary education through living in the @efa_morocco dormitories. The Duke and Duchess met many of them today during their visit to Asni.
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This morning, Their Royal Highnesses travelled to Asni to meet students at the @efa_morocco boarding house in the Atlas Mountains. The organisation provides weekly accommodation to girls from rural areas, which allows them to remain in education into secondary school. This enables these young women to go on to achieve qualifications, study at university and pursue careers. 70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate. Many have limited access to secondary school or no means of affording transport to school. But these boarding houses provide a safe place for girls to live and study during the week. After looking around the dorms, The Duke and Duchess visited the Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, which is the school the girls from the boarding houses attend, to meet students and their teachers. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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The Duchess of Sussex greets Moroccan officials as Their Royal Highnesses land at Casablanca this evening. This visit, a request of the British Government, is the first official visit to Morocco by Their Royal Highnesses. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed to Morocco by Her Majesty’s Ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife, Leah – before The Duke of Sussex inspected a Guard of Honour and Their Royal Highnesses were introduced to The Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan. During their time here, Their Royal Highnesses will see work being done to promote girl’s education, empower young people and support children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also meet some of the country’s young entrepreneurs who are shaping modern Morocco. 📷 1+3: PA
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The Duke and Duchess have arrived in Morocco. 🇲🇦🇬🇧 Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed by a Guard of Honour to meet Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a Royal Residence in Rabat. The Duke and Duchess’ visit will highlight the vital roles that girl’s education and youth empowerment are playing in shaping Modern Morocco. #RoyalVisitMorocco.
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The @RoyalMarines — the UK’s elite amphibious fighting force — personify courage, selflessness and positivity in the face of any challenge. Today The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, presented recruits with their coveted Green Berets, symbolically marking the completion of their commando training, after receiving the salute from recruits completing their final Commando Test, a 30-mile march which starts at the north end of Dartmoor and finishes near Plymouth. Among the Royal Marines supporters The Duke met was Knocker, who joined up in 1945, and has supported recruits and commandos since 1969. The Duke also visited 42 Commando at their base in Bickleigh to meet Royal Marines serving with the unit, meeting its specialist teams and witnessing a Joint Personnel Recovery demonstration in which Royal Marines disembarked from a Merlin helicopter and simulated the rescue of an F35 pilot from the new HMS Queen Elizabeth Aircraft Carrier.
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73% of the poorest families in the UK cannot always afford to feed their children during the school holidays – which is estimated to affect 3 million children. The Duke of Sussex was at @streathamyouth centre today taking part in a @streetgamesuk ‘Fit and Fed’ session. Fit and Fed is a national campaign to provide children and young people with free access to activity sessions and a nutritious lunch during school holidays. In 2018, Fit and Fed projects delivered sessions at 321 sites, supporting 15,511 children and young people and served a total of 146,260 meals and snacks. 📸 PA/Kensington Palace
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🇬🇧🇳🇴 The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, visited Exercise Clockwork to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the operation in Bardufoss, Norway. The Duke shared lunch with Brits and Norwegians who have made significant contributions to the operation, before meeting deployed ranks at several Ground Training Stances, including taking a look inside a Quinzhee Shelter. Clockwork is the traditional name of the Royal Marines' annual winter exercise, based in one of the world’s most demanding environments 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle, which has trained over 16,000 Royal Marines and Royal Navy sailors and airmen since 1969. #RoyalMarines #ExerciseClockwork 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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🇬🇧🇳🇴 The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, visited Exercise Clockwork to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the operation in Bardufoss, Norway. The Duke met specialist aircrew and engineers, finding out more about their experiences of flying with the Royal Marines in the Arctic Circle – before cutting a special cake to mark the operation's 50th anniversary, and thanked both Brits and Norwegians for their collaborative work over the past 50 years. Clockwork is the traditional name of the Royal Marines' annual winter exercise, based in one of the world’s most demanding environments 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle, which has trained over 16,000 Royal Marines and Royal Navy sailors and airmen since 1969. #RoyalMarines #ExerciseClockwork 📷 Kensington Palace
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    The @QueensCanopy is a conservation initiative, uniting the Commonwealth family of nations in creating a global network of indigenous forests to benefit communities and wildlife, now, and into the future. Visit @TheRoyalFamily to see The Duke of Sussex join children from St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton to take part in a tree planting in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, together with the @WoodlandTrust. #QueensCommonwealthCanopy #Commonwealth
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    "I have always believed in the power of art, not only to unlock that creativity, but also to bring us joy, and to inspire, challenge and positively change our lives. The @FoundlingMuseum powerfully links these two forces for good. By weaving together the moving stories of looked after children, with art and artists of all genres, you create meaningful learning experiences which will have a lasting, and often transformational, impact on young lives." — The Duchess of Cambridge, on her first visit to the Foundling Museum as Patron, met trainees and graduates of the Museum’s ‘Tracing our Tales’ programme, which has been developed to equip care-experienced young adults with the skills to devise and deliver workshops at the Museum. Swipe to watch more from The Duchess's speech. 📷📽 Kensington Palace
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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited New Zealand House in London, where they signed the Book of Condolence opened following the terrorist attacks in Christchurch. The Duke and Duchess signed the book on behalf of @TheRoyalFamily — Their Royal Highnesses visited New Zealand in October 2018. 📷PA
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    In 2006 Boxer Mark Prince lost his son, Kiyan, aged 15, when he was fatally stabbed while intervening to prevent the bullying of another boy. The following year Mark founded the Kiyan Prince Foundation @thekpf, which aims to use Life coaching and Sports to empower young people to create thriving communities and a violent free society. Today The Duke of Cambridge, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, honoured Mark with an #OBE for services to tackling knife and gang crime in London, at an Investiture at Buckingham Palace. 📷PA
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    Today The Queen, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, visited King's College London to officially open Bush House, the latest education and learning facilities on the Strand Campus. The Queen and The Duchess viewed a robotics demonstration — including robotic surgery — and a demo showing how sensors made from textiles can measure useful information about the body. They also visited King’s virtual trading floor at the Entrepreneurship Institute, which supports entrepreneurial thinking, skills and experiences among Kings’ students, staff and alumni. 📷PA/Royal Communications
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    ☘️ On #StPatricksDay The Duke of Cambridge, Colonel of the @irishguards, accompanied by The Duchess, visited 1st Battalion Irish Guards at the St Patrick’s Day Parade. Led by their mascot, the Irish Wolfhound Domhnall, 350 soldiers marched onto the Parade Square, where The Duchess presented the shamrock to Officers and Warrant Officers. 📸 PA
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    The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, attended the annual Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall — which helps to raise funds for the @RoyalNavy and Royal Marines Charity. #MFM2019
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    🍺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏉 Ahead of today’s Six Nations match between Wales and Ireland, The Duke of Cambridge opened @BrainsBrewery, Wales’ biggest brewer — swipe to watch The Duke pull a pre-match pint! The Duke also met supporters and beneficiaries of the @WelshRugbyUnion Charitable Trust, which supports severely injured players from Wales.
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    🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏉 Congratulations @WelshRugbyUnion on an incredible Six Nations grand slam! The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, presented Captain Alun Wyn Jones with the @SixNationsRugby Championship trophy. 📽 Footage courtesy of @bbcsport
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    “Our hearts go out to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives in the devastating attack in Christchurch. We have all been fortunate to spend time in Christchurch and have felt the warm, open-hearted and generous spirit that is core to its remarkable people. No person should ever have to fear attending a sacred place of worship. This senseless attack is an affront to the people of Christchurch and New Zealand, and the broader Muslim community. It is a horrifying assault on a way of life that embodies decency, community, and friendship. We know that from this devastation and deep mourning, the people of New Zealand will unite to show that such evil can never defeat compassion and tolerance. We send our thoughts and prayers to everyone in New Zealand today. Kia Kaha.” — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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    The Duke of Sussex attended the Veterans' Mental Health Conference @kingsioppn, which saw experts in their field - from prominent academics and researchers and mental health practitioners through to journalists - brought together to share ideas around initiatives and best practice and discuss findings and progress on better supporting veterans’ mental health. The Duke of Sussex is passionate about promoting the welfare of those who are serving or who have served their country in the Armed Forces. His attendance at the conference forms part of his on-going work at The Royal Foundation with the @Heads_Together campaign to change the national conversation on mental health, and his work in collaboration with the Ministry of Defence aimed at improving mental health support and training across the Defence community #VMHC2019 📷PA
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    The Duchess of Cambridge, @NationalPortraitGallery Patron, attended the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Gala — which will support ‘Inspiring People: Transforming our National Portrait Gallery’, a project for the complete renewal of the Gallery that will see a significant refurbishment of the building. The Duchess met members of the Gallery’s Youth Forum and learning team, finding out more about the Inspiring People project. #NationalPortraitGallery #PortraitGala
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    The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre to see how the Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) are using the Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) to support parents, carers and their children. At the Centre The Duchess joined parents and their children for ‘Together Time’, which provides space for parents to enjoy being with their babies or toddlers and includes singing, use of child led play and interaction. The session is designed to support parents’ ability to understand their child’s cues, feel more confident in their parenting and strengthen their relationship with their child.
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    On #CommonwealthDay The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and Members of the @TheRoyalFamily for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. The theme of this year’s service was ‘A Connected Commonwealth’. The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, sent a Commonwealth Day message in which HM highlighted how people around the world are drawn together because of the collective values shared by the Commonwealth. 📷PA
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    🇨🇦🇬🇧 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are marking #CommonwealthDay by celebrating the diverse community of Canadians living around the UK. Le duc et la duchesse de Sussex marquent la #JournéeduCommonwealth en célébrant les diverses communautés de Canadiens habitant le R.-U. 📷 PA/Kensington Palace
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    “If things are wrong and there is a lack of justice, and there is an inequality, then someone needs to say something.” — The Duchess of Sussex has become Vice-President of The @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron, and The Duke of Sussex is President. In her new role, The Duchess will highlight the Trust's partnerships with young people across the Commonwealth, and in particular its work supporting women and girls. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Her Royal Highness joined a special panel discussion of female thought-leaders and activists convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, to discuss a range of issues affecting women today. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2019 #QCT #QCTxIWD
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    The Duchess of Sussex has become Vice-President of The @Queens_Commonwealth_Trust, of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron, and The Duke of Sussex is President. On International Women’s Day The Duchess joined a special panel discussion of female thought-leaders and activists to discuss a range of issues affecting women today, convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2019 #QCT #QCTxIWD
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    Thank you Blackpool! #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from CECD Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’. Revoe Park had previously been a known location for drug use, in an area of significant deprivation, yet is now a great example of how a long-term community led initiative can transform lives and provide new opportunities. It is now helping young children experience gardening and the outdoors, as well as providing space and activities that allow parents, particularly men, to talk about mental health. #RoyalVisitBlackpool 📷PA/Kensington Palace
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    At Blackpool Central Library The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined people involved in CECD Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Blackpool Hospital Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, discussed the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. The Duke and Duchess also met people affected by problems around #MentalHealth, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and people making a difference through innovative work locally. With representatives from the emergency services and first responder community they learned more about how they are helping people in Blackpool with complex mental health needs. #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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    Housing is a critical issue in Blackpool — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Kirby Road to see the realities of the town’s housing problems and the significant work under way to resolve these. After seeing an example of poorly maintained ex-boarding house, The Duke and Duchess visited Christina Jackson in a similar house across the road which was purchased and upgraded by My Blackpool Home. Christina’s home was renovated in 2018 under Blackpool Council's investment and refurbishment scheme — in total around 50 bedsits in the area have now become 13 good quality homes for families. #RoyalVisitBlackpool
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    Nice to see you Blackpool — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in Blackpool to visit innovative projects focused on investment and regeneration, and to learn how the resort is leading the way in tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today. #RoyalVisitBlackpool 📷PA/Kensington Palace
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    ‘Climate change is a humanitarian issue not a political one and one where we’ve been far too slow in waking up to the issues and acting on the damaging impact our ways of living are having on the world.’ Today, The Duke of Sussex spoke at #WEDay in London. The @WEMovement is a global initiative to encourage young people to take part in positive social change. Every member of the audience had earnt their place at Wembley today by undertaking at least one local and one global charitable act. During his speech, His Royal Highness spoke of the challenges that young people are facing regarding climate change and mental health, saying, ‘As far as I see it, there are two crucial issues that we need to focus on and my hope is that a 1000 more issues will be cured in the process.’ 📸 Press Association
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    Today The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended a reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by The Queen @TheRoyalFamily to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales. Follow @ClarenceHouse to see more from today’s reception.
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    “Investing in the people who make up the diplomatic service is vital - and so I am pleased to be here to help mark the next step forward in that investment.” The Duke of Cambridge opened the Mayhew Theatre today – a new learning facility in the Diplomatic Academy building at the @ukforeignoffice in London. The Mayhew Theatre is named after Lady Cicely Mayhew, one of the first women to be appointed to the British Diplomatic Service. Today The Duke met three of her four children - Judy, Tessa and David (seen above) and her granddaughter Emily, who were attending the opening this afternoon – as well the Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, FCO staff and architects who built the new Mayhew Theatre. The theatre has state-of-the-art technology, which means staff can join sessions virtually from across the world, and will be used to support the delivery of the Diplomatic Academy curriculums.
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    The Duke of Sussex visited the Scar Free Foundation’s new centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital — which will support the creation of bespoke psychological interventions to help veterans and their families adjust to living with an altered appearance such as physical scarring or limb loss. More than 6,000 members of the British armed forces have been seriously injured or scarred in recent conflicts. The Scar Free Foundation centre’s new study UNITS (Understanding Needs and Interventions for the Treatment of Scarring), will involve over 200 veterans from recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and aims to better understand and address the psychological needs of military personnel affected by appearance altering conflict wounds.
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    “In memory of all those who lost their lives, and to the families whose lives were changed forever.” — The Sousse and Bardo Memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives and all those affected by the attacks on the Bardo Museum on 18 March 2015, and in the resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse on 26 June 2015. The centre piece of the memorial is a sculpture titled ‘Infinite Wave’ made up of 31 individual streams, each one representing the British nationals who lost their lives. The Duke of Sussex attended today’s dedication ceremony and officially opened the memorial in Cannon Hill Park, before meeting some of the families of those affected by the attacks.
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    🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Wishing a Happy #StDavidsDay to all our followers! #DyddGwylDewiHapus 📷 PA
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    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Sure Start in Ballymena, which supports parents with children under four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland. Swipe to watch The Duke join a Dinosaur egg hatching activity - which supports children’s physical and cognitive skill development, and to see The Duchess join a spring time gardening activity, which gives children and parent an opportunity to plan their own springtime flower to bring home and take care of. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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    🎞 The Duchess of Cambridge joins a Cinemagic make-up masterclass with children from Malvern Primary School. Cinemagic, Northern Ireland’s premier film organisation for young people, embraces the magic of film and television to inspire, motivate and educate – bringing young people together and use film as a vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and challenges affecting young people from all walks of life. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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    Cinemagic embraces the magic of film and television to inspire, motivate and educate — bringing young people together and use film as a vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and challenges affecting young people from all walks of life. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined activities at Cinemagic’s workshops to see the full range of training they provide. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland
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    Thank you Ballymena for the wonderful welcome for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge! #RoyalVisitNI
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    🍺 Getting the party started at @BelfastEmpire, where The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland. The Duke and Duchess also congratulated legendary Northern Irish Athlete Dame Mary Peters, who was today appointed by Her Majesty The Queen @TheRoyalFamily to be a Lady Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. #RoyalVisitNI #NorthernIreland #Belfast
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    🛶🎯 Roscor Youth Village is a residential activity centre which provides children with a safe space to help, supporting them through outdoor activities and developing independent living skills — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined young people for activities at the centre to find out more about the support on offer, and signed the final two tiles of a design by 40 young people from the village: swipe to see The Duke’s team win the canoe race! Each young person at Roscor is encouraged to develop skills including managing a small budget, cooking and maintaining their living space — all in a nurturing, safe environment, the aim to help them make more informed decisions, build resiliency and ultimately achieve better outcomes within their lives. #RoyalVisitNI
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    ⚽💚 The Irish Football Association @NorthernIreland is working to promote, foster and develop youth football for all in Northern Ireland, creating a fun, safe and inclusive culture — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined them to find out more about their work at grassroots level, including the Shooting Stars programme encouraging young girls to play football, and Ahead of the Game — which supports clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues with a focus on challenging the stigma and preventative measures. #NorthernIreland #RoyalVisitIreland #Belfast
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    👋 A fantastic welcome in Belfast for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge from the children of Fane Street Primary School, St Brides Primary School, Victoria College and Fullerton House at the start of their visit to Northern Ireland! #RoyalVisitNI #NorthernIreland #Belfast 📷 PA / Kensington Palace
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    In their final engagement during #RoyalVisitMorocco, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an audience with The King of Morocco at a Royal Residence. Before the audience, Their Royal Highnesses presented letters from Her Majesty The Queen to The King. 📷PA
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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s third visit in Rabat today was to the beautiful Andalusian Gardens. The Duke and Duchess met local artisans and saw some of their handmade products. Their Royal Highnesses were also meeting some of Morocco’s young social entrepreneurs. Their Royal Highnesses heard more about their latest projects and the transformational impact they have had on the local community. Many of the young social entrepreneurs here today are working to address youth unemployment and supporting vulnerable communities. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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    Their Royal Highnesses see more of the vibrant Moroccan culture – joining a cooking demonstration with Chef Moha and children, who were cooking traditional dishes. Many of the children are from underprivileged backgrounds, and are part of a scheme to help open up the restaurant industry to young people. Children were also making Cherine Mallah’s Moroccan Pancakes from ‘Together: Our Community Cookbook’ – the charity cookbook, supported by The Duchess, which celebrates the power of cooking to bring communities together. #RoyalVisitMorocco #CookTogether. 📷image 2 PA / image 1 +3 @kensingtonroyal
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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Royal Equestrian Club this morning. The centre in Rabat provides equine therapy to children with disabilities and those with mental health challenges. Their Royal Highness met children and young people using the facilities and saw the benefits equine therapy is having on them. 📷 PA / @kensingtonroyal
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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are greeted by the daughters of the British Ambassador, @reillytsa, at their residence for a reception this evening. Inside The Duke and Duchess received a traditional rose water welcome before meeting guests. The reception bought together people from various sectors of Moroccan society. The Duke and Duchess met disabled athletes, military representatives, influential Moroccan women and social entrepreneurs. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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    📷 After the investiture, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with girls at the @efa_morocco boarding house. Girls here are able to access education by staying in dormitories close to school. Many girls in Morocco are unable to continue their studies into secondary education because they cannot afford to travel to school. But @efa_morocco means they have a safe place to live during the week. Their Royal Highnesses met many of the supporters of @efa_morocco. This included the housemothers, who will care for up to 40 girls at a time in each house. The Duke and Duchess also met with a group of students on the roof of the original boarding house. Swipe to watch 👉. Images 1: PA / 2 +3 @kensingtonroyal
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    The Duke of Sussex presents the Founder of @efa_morocco Michael McHugo with his #MBE during a special investiture, on the rooftop of the original @efa_morocco Boarding House. 
McHugo was awarded the honour for services to improving gender quality in education in Morocco in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list. Currently 200 girls are receiving a secondary education through living in the @efa_morocco dormitories. The Duke and Duchess met many of them today during their visit to Asni.
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    This morning, Their Royal Highnesses travelled to Asni to meet students at the @efa_morocco boarding house in the Atlas Mountains. The organisation provides weekly accommodation to girls from rural areas, which allows them to remain in education into secondary school. This enables these young women to go on to achieve qualifications, study at university and pursue careers. 70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate. Many have limited access to secondary school or no means of affording transport to school. But these boarding houses provide a safe place for girls to live and study during the week. After looking around the dorms, The Duke and Duchess visited the Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, which is the school the girls from the boarding houses attend, to meet students and their teachers. #RoyalVisitMorocco
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    The Duchess of Sussex greets Moroccan officials as Their Royal Highnesses land at Casablanca this evening. This visit, a request of the British Government, is the first official visit to Morocco by Their Royal Highnesses. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed to Morocco by Her Majesty’s Ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife, Leah – before The Duke of Sussex inspected a Guard of Honour and Their Royal Highnesses were introduced to The Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan. During their time here, Their Royal Highnesses will see work being done to promote girl’s education, empower young people and support children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also meet some of the country’s young entrepreneurs who are shaping modern Morocco. 📷 1+3: PA
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    The Duke and Duchess have arrived in Morocco. 🇲🇦🇬🇧 Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed by a Guard of Honour to meet Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a Royal Residence in Rabat. The Duke and Duchess’ visit will highlight the vital roles that girl’s education and youth empowerment are playing in shaping Modern Morocco. #RoyalVisitMorocco.
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    The @RoyalMarines — the UK’s elite amphibious fighting force — personify courage, selflessness and positivity in the face of any challenge. Today The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, presented recruits with their coveted Green Berets, symbolically marking the completion of their commando training, after receiving the salute from recruits completing their final Commando Test, a 30-mile march which starts at the north end of Dartmoor and finishes near Plymouth. Among the Royal Marines supporters The Duke met was Knocker, who joined up in 1945, and has supported recruits and commandos since 1969. The Duke also visited 42 Commando at their base in Bickleigh to meet Royal Marines serving with the unit, meeting its specialist teams and witnessing a Joint Personnel Recovery demonstration in which Royal Marines disembarked from a Merlin helicopter and simulated the rescue of an F35 pilot from the new HMS Queen Elizabeth Aircraft Carrier.
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    73% of the poorest families in the UK cannot always afford to feed their children during the school holidays – which is estimated to affect 3 million children. The Duke of Sussex was at @streathamyouth centre today taking part in a @streetgamesuk ‘Fit and Fed’ session. Fit and Fed is a national campaign to provide children and young people with free access to activity sessions and a nutritious lunch during school holidays. In 2018, Fit and Fed projects delivered sessions at 321 sites, supporting 15,511 children and young people and served a total of 146,260 meals and snacks. 📸 PA/Kensington Palace
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    🇬🇧🇳🇴 The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, visited Exercise Clockwork to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the operation in Bardufoss, Norway. The Duke shared lunch with Brits and Norwegians who have made significant contributions to the operation, before meeting deployed ranks at several Ground Training Stances, including taking a look inside a Quinzhee Shelter. Clockwork is the traditional name of the Royal Marines' annual winter exercise, based in one of the world’s most demanding environments 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle, which has trained over 16,000 Royal Marines and Royal Navy sailors and airmen since 1969. #RoyalMarines #ExerciseClockwork 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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    🇬🇧🇳🇴 The Duke of Sussex, Captain General @RoyalMarines, visited Exercise Clockwork to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the operation in Bardufoss, Norway. The Duke met specialist aircrew and engineers, finding out more about their experiences of flying with the Royal Marines in the Arctic Circle – before cutting a special cake to mark the operation's 50th anniversary, and thanked both Brits and Norwegians for their collaborative work over the past 50 years. Clockwork is the traditional name of the Royal Marines' annual winter exercise, based in one of the world’s most demanding environments 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle, which has trained over 16,000 Royal Marines and Royal Navy sailors and airmen since 1969. #RoyalMarines #ExerciseClockwork 📷 Kensington Palace
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