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The Duchess of Cambridge joined @CBBC’s #BluePeter to unveil the winner of their Royal Garden Competition at @RHSWisley – congratulations Jessica 👏 on your winning design! Jessica’s beautiful winning sculpture 🦋 is made of wood and recycled metal, and wowed the judges with its stunning butterfly wings, covered in clematis flowers 🌸 swipe to watch The Duchess and Jessica seeing the winning design for the first time. Congratulations also to the runners-up, Lucy and Megan, who designed beautiful tin can herbs 🌿 and den building ⛺ activity cards. The Duchess, Ben from @The_RHS and George Hassall joined the judging panel to pick out the winning entry for the competition, which The Duchess launched back in June this year 🍂
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The Duchess of Cambridge met the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) team to find out more about their work supporting young parents. During her visit The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. Among the parents The Duchess met was Amina, who was supported by the FNP team during the first two years of her three-year-old daughter Ramira’s life — on the support she received, Amina said: “When I was pregnant with Ramira my nurse Debbie helped me find suitable housing. When Ramira was born she would regularly visit us and we attended classes together at my local children’s centre. She also provided lots of guidance when I was weaning Ramira and even supported me when I took Ramira on holiday to America. Debbie has constantly been there for Ramira and me. I’m very thankful for the support I received from the Evelina London FNP. It’s given me the confidence and knowledge to be an even better parent to Ramira.” Click the link in our bio to find out more about The Duchess’s visit.
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To further her research and engagement with the Early Years sector, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre to meet with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team and highlight the valuable work that they do. Swipe to see more about their work: 2-3. The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a voluntary home visiting programme for first-time parents aged 24 and under. Parents are partnered with a specially trained family nurse who visits them regularly, from early pregnancy until their child is two. The Duchess met the team at Sunshine House to discuss the FNP programme and its impact on clients and communities, and hear more about the strategic direction and development of the programme in England. 4-5. The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. The programme supports young mums to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child's health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations. Multiple rigorous evaluations show it has a long-term positive impact on child outcomes. FNP is delivered in around 70 areas across England and each local team is made up of specially trained family nurse supervisors, family nurses, and quality support officers. 6-7. FNP in Southwark is delivered by Evelina London, of which The Duchess is Patron. As part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Evelina London is a major children’s hospital and provider of community services. From health visitors and school nurses to specialist treatment for children with long-term health conditions, Evelina London’s community services care for children and families across the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark — thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duchess of Cambridge today! 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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“I had the pleasure of meeting [at BAFTA Piccadilly] some of BAFTA’s Prince William Scholars 🎓 and was delighted to hear first-hand how the scholarship has benefitted their careers.” — The Duke of Cambridge. Prince William Scholarships, awarded in The Duke of Cambridge’s name, form part of Bafta’s UK Scholarship Programme, which supports talented people at all stages of their career in film 🎬 games 🎮 and television 📺. Among the Prince William Scholars The Duke of Cambridge met today at @Bafta was Matilda Ibini (📷 #2), from Hackney in London: Matilda applied to the BAFTA scholarships programme in 2014 to study an MA Creative Writing (Playwriting and Screenwriting) at @CityUniversityLondon, and has now landed a TV development deal 📝 to develop an original comedy-drama TV series. On the impact of her Scholarship, Matilda said: “It feels incredible to have been awarded a scholarship from such a prestigious organisation as BAFTA…I feel that I have been fortunate enough to be given the time to write the stories I want to tell. This time is invaluable and I will be sure to make the most of it. I have faced many barriers in my life and being awarded this scholarship has meant funding won’t become one of them. It has made me think that dreams are never too big and being supported by BAFTA means I can dream even bigger." 📷Bafta #BAFTA #BehindTheScreens #PrinceWilliamScholars
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Bafta 🎭 is an excellent British institution, and a unique charity with a truly global 🌎 reach. I have been privileged through my role as President over the last 9 years to have experienced first-hand the impact of its work in the UK, the US and Asia, celebrating excellence and nurturing the next generation of talent — The Duke of Cambridge. Today The Duke, @BAFTA President, opened their #BehindTheScreens exhibition celebrating the craft and work behind BAFTA-winning and nominated productions and launched BAFTA Piccadilly, a new public exhibition space and café. The Duke also attended a reception where he met scholars who have taken part in BAFTA’s ‘Prince William Scholarships in Film, Games and Television’ programme. 🎥 Kensington Palace
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Courageous as ever – legend on the pitch and legend off it. You have our support Gareth. W • Hello, I’m Gareth Thomas 🏉🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 and I want to share my secret with you. Why? Because it’s mine to tell you. Not the evils that make my life hell, threatening to tell you before I do. And because I believe in you, and I trust you. I am living with HIV. Now you have that information, that makes me extremely vulnerable, but it does not make me weak. Now even though I’ve been forced to tell you this, I choose to fight, to educate and break the stigma around this subject. And that begins today, when I take on the toughest Iron Man in the world in Tenby 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 and I push myself physically to the limits. I’m asking you to help me to show that everyone lives in fear of people’s reactions and opinions, but that doesn’t mean we have to hide. But to do this, I really really need your support. @gareththomasofficial #YourRaceYourVictory #cantpassiton
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Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today! 🎂
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Happy 90th Birthday 🎂 to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists! RCOG, of which The Duchess of Cambridge became Patron in 2018, works to improve women's health care across the world. To mark their 90th year, we’re taking a look back at the long association between the College and @TheRoyalFamily: 2. 🎓 Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) receives an Honorary RCOG Fellowship from Dame Hilda Lloyd in 1951. Two years earlier Dame Hilda became the first female president of RCOG, and of any medical royal college. 3. 🔨 Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother lays the foundation stone of RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1957. She became the College’s first Royal Patron in 1932. 4. 🎥 The Queen officially opens RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1960. 5-7. 🤝 RCOG has awarded an Honorary Fellowship to 10 members of the Royal Family, including Princess Margaret in 1966, The Princess Royal in 1979 and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1987. 8-10. Today RCOG has over 16,000 members 🌎 worldwide. The college works with partners both in the UK and globally to improve the standard of care delivered to women, encourage the study of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), and advance the science and practice of O&G. Visit @rcobsgyn to find out more about their work and history, as they celebrate #RCOG90. 📷🎥 Images and footage courtesy of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
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The experiences we gain during our earliest years influences who we become as people. They influence how we interact in school, in work and in society and, ultimately how we bring up our own children. Whether it is planting 🌳 exploring 🔍 digging ⛏ creating 🎨 or playing; quality time spent outside provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them. There is a well-known proverb – that it takes a village to raise a child – everyone here represents an integral part of that very village. By coming together, having fun, learning and experiencing new things, we can all impart life-long benefits on our children. The Duchess of Cambridge, at the #BacktoNature festival at @rhswisley 🍂 which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. 🎥 Footage courtesy of @the_rhs
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🚜 Today The Duchess of Cambridge opened the #BacktoNature play garden at @RHSWisley and attended the Back to Nature festival with @The_RHS Ambassador Mary Berry, which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. The Back to Nature play garden was inspired by The Duchess’s designs and includes elements such as the hollow log 🌳 from the #RHSChelsea Flower Show garden, and the wildflower meadow 🌼 and rolling hill ⛰️ showcased at #RHSHampton. New features include two connected treehouses and slides which encourage families and friends to have fun together in a natural environment. The garden was designed by landscape architects Davies White with input from the RHS, and will be a permanent installation at RHS Garden Wisley. Her Royal Highness has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger. The Duchess took the opportunity to invite many of them to the ‘Back to Nature’ Festival to celebrate their contribution to society and to further highlight the importance of those involved in the Early Years sector coming together to support a fundamental change in how society approaches childhood development 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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There are a thousand ways to start a conversation about your crisis, @GiveUsAShoutInsta is here for all of them. Text Shout to 85258 for 24/7 support 🇬🇧📱 Save and Share this World Suicide Prevention Day to ensure no-one goes through a crisis alone. #WSPD #WSPD2019 #Shout85258
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On #999DayUK The Duke of Cambridge visited @TheFirefightersCharity 👨‍🚒 who offer specialist, lifelong support for members of the UK fire services community, empowering individuals to achieve mental, physical and social wellbeing throughout their lives. At Harcombe House, one of three residential centres run by The Fire Fighters Charity 🚒 The Duke of Cambridge visited the gym to see in action an anti-gravity treadmill, which allows those with lower limb injuries to exercise freely without putting their full weight on their feet, and met families undertaking an Art Therapy session. The Duke also met families who have been supported by Harcombe House to hear about their experiences, the challenges they have faced and the impact of the support that they have received at the centre — before meeting representatives 👮‍♀👨‍🚒👩‍⚕ from across the emergency services sector. The Fire Fighters Charity understand the mental, physical and social burdens that can come from being a past or present member of the UK’s dedicated fire services community — and know that everybody is different, that no two injuries are the same and that no two people may be affected in the same way by incidents they experience. Today @GiveUsAShoutInsta has announced a partnership 🤝 with the emergency services blue light community to provide 24/7 crisis text support to frontline emergency responders across the UK. Members of frontline emergency service communities, retired or serving, and their families 🇬🇧📱 can text BLUELIGHT to 85258 any time day or night to be connected to a trained and supervised Crisis Volunteer. The conversation will flow by texting back and forth, sharing only what is comfortable. The Crisis Volunteer will listen without judgement, get them through the moment, help articulate the issue, and empower them to take the next steps. 📷 Kensington Palace
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Today marks #999DayUK, when we celebrate and say thank you to our incredible Police, Fire and Emergency Medical services 👮‍♀👨‍🚒👩‍⚕ and all our specialised emergency services for all that they do to keep us safe. The first photograph in this post is of The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex and their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, with their cousins Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall in the yard of the Old Fire Station 🚒 in the grounds of Sandringham House in 1988. On 999 Day later today The Duke will visit @TheFirefightersCharity at Harcombe House in Devon to hear about the support that the centre provides to members of the fire and rescue service and their families, and meet representatives from across the emergency services sector. On the extraordinary work of our emergency services, The Duke of Cambridge said: "As a society, we owe our wellbeing, and indeed our lives, to the men and women in our emergency services who work tirelessly to protect us in some of the most difficult circumstances. It is only fitting that we should recognise the vital role that they play, and pay tribute to the bravery and dedication of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities." 999 Day begins annually at 9am on the 9th September (the 9th hour of the 9th day of the 9th month) and is held to pay tribute to the invaluable work that is carried out by the emergency services and responders. 📷 Getty images / Press Association
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As part of the #HeadsUp campaign ⚽️ the Football Association has launched new comprehensive guidance for coaches and managers, which will help all FA affiliated adult clubs supporting the mental wellbeing of their players. The guidance, produced in partnership with @MindCharity and a mental health advisory group put together by The FA, will help coaches and managers to: 1. Spot the signs 🚨 of people experiencing mental health problems. 2. Feel confident 💙 to provide support. 3. Signpost people 👉 to specialist help. Today at @HendonFC The Duke of Cambridge discussed the new guidelines with Hendon FC coaches — how it can support them in identifying the signs of mental health issues, and offer support and signposting where needed to help improve the mental wellbeing of players. With the Hendon FC coaches The Duke also discussed other significant issues surrounding the sport ⚽️ at the moment too, including racist abuse being suffered by players, including Tammy Abraham and Romelu Lukaku. The Duke said ”It’s outrageous what’s happening…People are now talking about mental health issues but I imagine talking about racism is still quite a difficult subject”, and that racism had been talked about for “too long…we’ve got to do something about it.”
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🎥 The Football Association has launched new guidance for coaches and managers ⚽️ to help clubs support the mental wellbeing of their players. The Duke of Cambridge, FA President, visited @HendonFC to see how the guidance 📖 can help those working across the adult football pyramid #HeadsUp
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Today The Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association ⚽️ visited Hendon Football Club to learn more the club’s mental health outreach initiatives. The Duke’s visit came as part of #HeadsUp, a new season-long campaign which will harness the power of football to encourage more people – particularly men, to feel comfortable talking 🗣️ about their mental health, and feel able to support their friends and families through difficult times. In 2017 Hendon FC launched an outreach programme in conjunction 🤝 with @BrentCouncil’s Early Years Intervention Service to enable young people from the local community who live with mental health issues to attend training sessions at the football club. Using football as a means to help improve their mental health and wellbeing, the group of young people formed the Hendon FC Mental Health team, and now attend specially tailored training sessions at the club on a weekly basis ⬅️ swipe to see the impact of Hendon’s outreach programme. Today The Duke joined a number of players on the pitch to hear more about how the project has helped them manage their mental health challenges. The Duke also spoke to a number of the club’s fans and supporters who have experienced mental health issues to understand how football and the sense of community it provides can play an important role on their journeys to recovery. @Heads_Together @HendonFC
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a photograph of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Kensington Palace this morning. The photo was taken shortly before Their Royal Highnesses left for Thomas's Battersea. 📷 Kensington Palace
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Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining her older brother Prince George ✏️📚🏫
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Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining her older brother Prince George ✏️📚🏫
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Today is #WorldPhotographyDay 📸 when we celebrate the art, craft, science and history of photography. Photography can provide a universal language 💬 for anyone to express themselves and release their thoughts and feelings. In June this year The Duchess of Cambridge joined children from @ActionforChildrenUK for a special photography workshop run by @RoyalPhotographicSociety. Among the children The Duchess met at the workshop was Josh, aged 9 — and this World Photography Day we're excited to share some of Josh's images that he took that day. Swipe ⬅️ to take a closer look. Fantastic work 👏 Josh! Ahead of The Duchess's visit to the photography workshop we announced that Her Majesty The Queen passed the patronage of The Royal Photographic Society to The Duchess, having held the role for 67 years. The Duchess has a longstanding interest in photography, and her patronage will further highlight the beneficial impact that art and creativity can have on emotional wellbeing, particularly for children and young people. 📷 Kensington Palace / Josh Evans
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⛵ Thank you to everyone that took part in The King's Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Patronages! Swipe to find out more about the incredible work of the eight organisations: @childbereavementuk The Royal Foundation's Early Years Programme @tusk_org @centrepointuk @ldnairamb @actiononaddiction @_place2be @afnccf
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It's the taking part that counts...🥄
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⛵️ An incredible day at The King’s Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Patronages — big congratulations 🏆 @tusk_org and @beargrylls on a fantastic victory! The Duke competed on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses were by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support.
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⛵ …and they’re off! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are going head to head in The King’s Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages. The Duke is competing on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more.
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It’s race day! 🏁 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with The King’s Cup charity ambassadors, before the competitive spirit kicks in 🏆 at today’s inaugural regatta. The King’s Cup is raising awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages. In this year’s race ⛵ The Duke is competing on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more.
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I want to live in a society where mental health is considered as important as physical health, and initiatives like #HeadsUp are a great way of achieving that. I hope everyone takes time to think about those close to them who have suffered in silence, and let’s try and find a way of making the conversation around mental health more open and honest. It’s the only way we will move forward. 🔵 @mancity Manager Pep Guardiola Mental ill health is an illness that doesn’t discriminate. It affects all ages, all genders, all backgrounds, all incomes and wealths, all nationalities. If this game helps more people realise that it’s something any one of us could suffer that’s good - because people should not feel embarrassed about illness. 🔴 @liverpoolfc Manager Jürgen Klopp Heads Up – launched by The Football Association and @heads_together, and spearheaded by The Duke of Cambridge – will harness the influence and popularity of football to help show the nation that we all have mental health, and it is just as important as physical health. Thank you Pep and Jürgen 🙌 Manchester City and Liverpool, for your support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more about how we are using one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football ⚽ – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health. 📸 AFP/FA/PA
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We are using one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football ⚽ – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health. #HeadsUp, a collaboration between the Football Association and @Heads_Together, will show the world of football that our mental health is just as important as our physical health, and that we all need to take care of our everyday mental fitness, and provide support to one another when we face setbacks, so we can be match fit for whatever lies ahead. Today’s FA Community Shield match between @liverpoolfc 🔴 and @mancity 🔵 kicked off the #HeadsUp campaign and a season of activities which will strive to raise awareness, spark conversation and signpost support for those in need. Before today’s match, two community choirs – iChoir from Liverpool and Bee Vocal from Manchester – both created to support mental wellbeing and to challenge the stigma surrounding mental health, sang the clubs’ anthems, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ and ‘Blue Moon’, which both refer to themes of isolation and the importance of togetherness. If you need immediate support 📱🇬🇧 you can text ‘HeadsUp’ to 85258 to connect with a trained @giveusashoutinsta crisis volunteer, who will chat to you by text message and help you through the moment, working together on a plan for longer-term support.
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Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duchess of Sussex today! 🎈
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Just one week to go until The King’s Cup ⛵️🏆 Today we’re excited to reveal the ambassadors representing each of the eight charities benefitting from the Regatta. These are: The Duke of Cambridge, representing @childbereavementuk The Duchess of Cambridge, representing The Royal Foundation’s Early Years programme Bear Grylls, representing @tusk_org Fara Williams, representing @centrepointuk Dan Snow, representing @ldnairamb John Bishop, representing @actiononaddiction Katie Thistleton, representing @_place2be Helen Glover, representing @afnccf The ambassadors will skipper each of the eight boats, with the winning team awarded The King’s Cup, a historic trophy first presented by King George V at Cowes’ Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whist also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support.
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"We will use our national game ⚽️ to spread the message that mental health isn’t a sad, difficult topic. It is just part of everyday life." — This Sunday’s FA Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City will kick-off the #HeadsUp campaign 🗣 a season of activities aimed at driving the biggest ever conversation on mental health. Heads Up – launched by The Football Association and @heads_together, and spearheaded by The Duke of Cambridge – will harness the influence and popularity of football to help show the nation that we all have mental health, and it is just as important as physical health. The campaign will strive to raise awareness, spark conversation and signpost support for those in need. Take a look at out Story or visit the link in our bio to find out. If a fan wants immediate support 📱🇬🇧 they can also text ‘HeadsUp’ to 85258 to connect with a trained @giveusashoutinsta crisis volunteer, who will chat to them by text message, sharing only what feels comfortable, and help them through the moment, working together on a a plan for longer-term support.
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Congratulations 👏 to the incredible team of @giveusashoutinsta volunteers, who have now taken 100,000 text conversations – exchanging 4 million messages of support. In May this year The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched Shout 📱🇬🇧 a new text messaging helpline that supports people in crisis. Shout operates 24/7 and connects people in need to trained volunteers who provide help at a time when it is most needed; enabling them to move from a moment of crisis to a calm state and form a plan for next steps to find longer-term support. ・・・ #Repost Our amazing #CrisisVolunteers have now taken 100,000 text conversations, exchanging 4 million messages of support with our texters. We're incredibly grateful to them for volunteering their time to help take people who are finding life overwhelming to a calmer place & help them find longer term support. • Life can feel overwhelming for so many reasons. Our Crisis Volunteers are there for you 24/7 & will talk to you about whatever is troubling you: stress, relationships, anxiety, loneliness, sexuality, bullying, self-harm, & depression. Text SHOUT to 85258. #GiveUsAShout #100kconversations #mentalhealth
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🦁🦁🦁 Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken recently in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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🎂 Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken on holiday with the family by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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🎈⚽️ Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken recently in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, presents the 2019 Gentlemen’s Singles Champion Novak Djokovic with his fifth #Wimbledon title trophy 👏🎾🏆🇷🇸
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What an incredible, breathtaking Wimbledon final 🎾 @djokernole and @rogerfederer! Congratulations Novak on your fifth #Wimbledon title! The Duke of Kent, President of The All England Lawn Tennis Club, and The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of The All England Lawn Tennis Club presented this year’s @Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles Final trophies 🏆 following the match. Ahead of the final, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thanked the ballboys, ballgirls, staff and referees for their tireless work in making this year’s tournament a huge success. 📷Wimbledon/PA
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The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, congratulates the 2019 Ladies’ Singles Champion Simona Halep on her first #Wimbledon title 👏🎾🏆🇷🇴
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The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, and The Duchess of Sussex attended the #Wimbledon 🎾 Ladies’ Singles Final today. Well done to Serena Williams and Simona Halep on a fantastic match, and congratulations Simona on your first Wimbledon title! Ahead of the match, The Duchess of Cambridge met junior players Kamilla Bartone, Oksana Selekhmeteva, Polina Kudermetova, and Giulia Morlet at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. 📷PA #WimbledonFinal #Wimbledon2019
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📅⛵ It’s one month to go until The King’s Cup! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will go head to head as skippers of individual sailing boats in an eight boat regatta race, in support of Their Royal Highnesses’ charitable causes. As we mark one month to go until the regatta, we’d like to introduce the charities that are being supported in this year’s King’s Cup: 2. Child Bereavement UK, who support children and families facing bereavement. 3. Centrepoint, the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, which supports over 10,000 homeless young people each year. 4. London Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, which highlights the vital work of the Air Ambulance in delivering life-saving treatment across London. 5. Tusk, a charity working to amplify the impact of progressive conservation initiatives across Africa. 6. Action on Addiction, delivering effective programmes to support those affected by addiction to drugs and alcohol, their children and families. 7. Place2Be, working with families, teachers and schools to make a positive difference to children’s mental health. 8. The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, building resilience in children and young people, and delivering pioneering mental health support to families for over 60 years. 9. The Royal Foundation, in connection with its Early Years programme — The Duchess’s focus on early childhood development. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whist also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. To find out more about The King’s Cup, visit the link in our bio.
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The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex took part in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day for the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy. The charity match helped raise funds and awareness for charities supported by Their Royal Highnesses. Swipe to see some of the organisations who were being supported: 2. The English Schools Swimming Association, which encourages school children to learn to swim and compete at several levels - for their school, their district and their country. 3. Fields in Trust, who champion and support our parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity. 4. The Household Cavalry Operational Casualties Fund, which helps provide financial support to injured soldiers and their families, including those who have lost their lives on active service. 5. Irish Guards Appeal, which provides welfare support to both serving and former members of the Regiment and their families. 6. Mountain Rescue England and Wales, an entirely voluntary service who work on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 7. The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre specialising in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. 8. The Passage, providing homeless people with support to transform their own lives. 9. Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, which supports severely injured players from Wales. Other organisations to benefit include African Parks, Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, The Invictus Games Foundation, Map Action, The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, RFU Injured Players Foundation and Rhino Conservation Botswana. The event raised £1 million for the fifteen benefitting charities. 📷 PA
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The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting a new UK-wide drive to help children connect with nature 🍃 as the next generation takes environmental action into their own hands. Backyard Nature aims to build an army of young nature guardians across the UK and help them protect wildlife on their doorstep 🦋🐛🦉 galvanising communities and empowering the children that live in them to act as nature guardians for their patch, no matter how small. The Duchess of Cambridge said: “Spending time in nature can play a pivotal role in helping children grow up to become happy, healthy adults. The great outdoors provides an open playground for children to have fun and learn life-long skills — from balance and coordination to empathy and creativity — with their friends, their parents, their carers, or their family members. I hope the Backyard Nature campaign inspires children, families and communities to get outside and engage with nature, wherever they live.” The Backyard Nature campaign has committed to encourage and support a million hours spent in the outdoors, encouraging children to connect with the environment and take action. Visit @BackyardNatUK to find out more and sign up to be a nature guardian. 📷 Kensington Palace #BackyardNature
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The gardens team at Historic Royal Palaces have been working on a beautiful wildflower meadow outside Kensington Palace 🌼🌺🌻 consisting of poppies, campion, daisies, ragged robin and many other native wild flowers. Visit @HistoricRoyalPalaces to find out more, including a blog from their Gardens Manager explaining how the wildflower meadow was grown and its ecological benefits to the local area. #KensingtonPalace
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Today The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son Archie was Christened at the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle. This photograph was taken in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle by Chris Allerton. Seated (left to right): The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke of Sussex, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, The Duchess of Sussex, The Duchess of Cambridge. Standing (left to right): The Prince of Wales, Ms Doria Ragland, Lady Jane Fellowes, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, The Duke of Cambridge.
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Thank you Joyce and Evelyn @RoyalMarsden for sneaking upstairs for a hug with The Duke of Cambridge! The Duke, President of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, was visiting The Royal Marsden in Chelsea to learn about the psychological support being offered to staff, patients and their families. Visit our profile to read the stories of some of the staff and patients The Duke met today. The Royal Marsden is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe, treating and seeing over 50,000 NHS and private patients every year.
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The Duke of Cambridge, President of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, visited The Royal Marsden in Chelsea to learn about the psychological support being offered to staff, patients and their families. The Royal Marsden opened its doors in 1851 as the world’s first hospital dedicated to cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. Now, it is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe, treating and seeing over 50,000 NHS and private patients every year. Read below and swipe to see the stories of some of those that he met: 2. Meeting Aly, Matron at the Bud Flanagan Unit. At end of 2017 Aly took time off work with stress, compassion fatigue and depression. Aly said: It was a very upsetting and difficult time, but with the support of my family, GP and The Royal Marsden team, I not only got through it, I came back stronger than ever. 3. With Julie, who was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2014. Following treatment and remission, the cancer came back in 2018 and she received robotic surgery at The Royal Marsden. Julie received psychological support to deal with her relapse and treatment impact, together with speech and language therapy to get her speech and eating back to a ‘new’ normal. 4/5/6. Visiting the Ellis Ward, which specialises in the care of female patients undergoing investigations and treatments for breast, gynaecological, urological and gastrointestinal cancers. 7/8. In January this year, The Royal Marsden announced the sudden death of Professor Martin Gore, who was their Medical Director for 10 years and a Trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. The Duke met Professor Gore’s widow, Pauline Gore, and some of his closest colleagues. 9/10. The staff of the Royal Marsden work tirelessly to continue to make a national and global contribution to cancer research and treatment, so that more people are cured and quality of life is improved for those living with cancer. The Duke met staff to thank them for their incredible work. 📷 Kensington Palace @royalmarsden #RoyalMarsden
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🎾 The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of @Wimbledon, visited The Championships today. Her Royal Highness watched Harriet Dart vs. Christina McHale on Court 14, alongside Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong. The Duchess also visited the Aorangi Park to see the practice courts and warm-up area. HRH met a number of finalists and winners nominated for the annual @lta Tennis Awards, which recognise people who volunteer as grassroots level to grow and open up the sport. HRH also met British players Andy Murray and Johanna Konta. The Duchess then watched defending champion Angelique Kerber play Tatjana Maria on Centre Court. 📷 Wimbledon / Press Assocation / Kensington Palace #Wimbledon #Wimbledon2019 #BacktheBrits
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🍃 The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a picnic for her patronages in the Back to Nature Garden at #RHSHampton — where she was joined by children from @afnccf, Evelina Children’s Hospital, @actionforchildrenuk and @_place2be to explore the garden and experience the positive effects of spending time outside. The Duchess of Cambridge’s RHS Back to Nature Garden has transferred to @The_RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival — the design has the same wild and natural feel but has been developed in order to create further opportunities for children and families to interact with nature. The design for this garden has once again been created through a collaboration between Her Royal Highness, landscape architects @davies_white and the RHS. As part of her longstanding work on Early Years, The Duchess believes that spending time outdoors plays a pivotal role in children’s future health and happiness. Her garden highlights how time spent in natural environments can help build the foundations for positive physical and mental wellbeing that last through childhood and over a lifetime. Features like the hollow log and rustic dens 🏕 have returned from Chelsea, in addition to a new hidden cave, treehouse 🌳, camo netting, rolling hill ⛰ and stream 💧. These environments enable children to develop skills for life through free play, building their confidence, strength, resilience and social skills. In addition to the physical and mental health benefits of being in nature, spending quality time with parents and carers outside has a valuable impact on children’s early development. In the garden, families can explore together and enjoy nature as a playground. There is a pond to paddle in, a bug hotel 🐞 that provides habitats for all sorts of wildlife, as well as a bee-friendly 🐝 wildflower meadow that covers the hill in meadow buttercup, ox-eye daisy, red clover and common spotted orchid.
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🇨🇦 Happy Canada Day! // Bonne Fête du Canada! #CanadaDay #Canada
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🇵🇰 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official visit to Pakistan this autumn, at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Further details will be advised in due course. Her Majesty The Queen visited Pakistan in 1961 and 1997, and The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited in 2006. Swipe to see photos from the visits: 2. The Queen attends a State Banquet at the President's House, Karachi, in 1961. 3. The Queen meets members of the Pakistan cricket team at the Rawalpindi cricket ground, in 1997. 4. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall at the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore, in 2006. Photos courtesy of the Press Association and @royalcollectiontrust #Pakistan #RoyalVisitPakistan
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Today is Armed Forces Day! To all the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, from currently serving troops to service families, veterans and reservists, to cadets and charities: thank you. 📷RAF School of Photography / Kensington Palace / Press Association #SaluteOurForces #ArmedForcesDay
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    The Duchess of Cambridge joined @CBBC’s #BluePeter to unveil the winner of their Royal Garden Competition at @RHSWisley – congratulations Jessica 👏 on your winning design! Jessica’s beautiful winning sculpture 🦋 is made of wood and recycled metal, and wowed the judges with its stunning butterfly wings, covered in clematis flowers 🌸 swipe to watch The Duchess and Jessica seeing the winning design for the first time. Congratulations also to the runners-up, Lucy and Megan, who designed beautiful tin can herbs 🌿 and den building ⛺ activity cards. The Duchess, Ben from @The_RHS and George Hassall joined the judging panel to pick out the winning entry for the competition, which The Duchess launched back in June this year 🍂
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    The Duchess of Cambridge met the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) team to find out more about their work supporting young parents. During her visit The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. Among the parents The Duchess met was Amina, who was supported by the FNP team during the first two years of her three-year-old daughter Ramira’s life — on the support she received, Amina said: “When I was pregnant with Ramira my nurse Debbie helped me find suitable housing. When Ramira was born she would regularly visit us and we attended classes together at my local children’s centre. She also provided lots of guidance when I was weaning Ramira and even supported me when I took Ramira on holiday to America. Debbie has constantly been there for Ramira and me. I’m very thankful for the support I received from the Evelina London FNP. It’s given me the confidence and knowledge to be an even better parent to Ramira.” Click the link in our bio to find out more about The Duchess’s visit.
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    To further her research and engagement with the Early Years sector, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre to meet with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team and highlight the valuable work that they do. Swipe to see more about their work: 2-3. The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a voluntary home visiting programme for first-time parents aged 24 and under. Parents are partnered with a specially trained family nurse who visits them regularly, from early pregnancy until their child is two. The Duchess met the team at Sunshine House to discuss the FNP programme and its impact on clients and communities, and hear more about the strategic direction and development of the programme in England. 4-5. The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. The programme supports young mums to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child's health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations. Multiple rigorous evaluations show it has a long-term positive impact on child outcomes. FNP is delivered in around 70 areas across England and each local team is made up of specially trained family nurse supervisors, family nurses, and quality support officers. 6-7. FNP in Southwark is delivered by Evelina London, of which The Duchess is Patron. As part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Evelina London is a major children’s hospital and provider of community services. From health visitors and school nurses to specialist treatment for children with long-term health conditions, Evelina London’s community services care for children and families across the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark — thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duchess of Cambridge today! 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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    “I had the pleasure of meeting [at BAFTA Piccadilly] some of BAFTA’s Prince William Scholars 🎓 and was delighted to hear first-hand how the scholarship has benefitted their careers.” — The Duke of Cambridge. Prince William Scholarships, awarded in The Duke of Cambridge’s name, form part of Bafta’s UK Scholarship Programme, which supports talented people at all stages of their career in film 🎬 games 🎮 and television 📺. Among the Prince William Scholars The Duke of Cambridge met today at @Bafta was Matilda Ibini (📷 #2), from Hackney in London: Matilda applied to the BAFTA scholarships programme in 2014 to study an MA Creative Writing (Playwriting and Screenwriting) at @CityUniversityLondon, and has now landed a TV development deal 📝 to develop an original comedy-drama TV series. On the impact of her Scholarship, Matilda said: “It feels incredible to have been awarded a scholarship from such a prestigious organisation as BAFTA…I feel that I have been fortunate enough to be given the time to write the stories I want to tell. This time is invaluable and I will be sure to make the most of it. I have faced many barriers in my life and being awarded this scholarship has meant funding won’t become one of them. It has made me think that dreams are never too big and being supported by BAFTA means I can dream even bigger." 📷Bafta #BAFTA #BehindTheScreens #PrinceWilliamScholars
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    Bafta 🎭 is an excellent British institution, and a unique charity with a truly global 🌎 reach. I have been privileged through my role as President over the last 9 years to have experienced first-hand the impact of its work in the UK, the US and Asia, celebrating excellence and nurturing the next generation of talent — The Duke of Cambridge. Today The Duke, @BAFTA President, opened their #BehindTheScreens exhibition celebrating the craft and work behind BAFTA-winning and nominated productions and launched BAFTA Piccadilly, a new public exhibition space and café. The Duke also attended a reception where he met scholars who have taken part in BAFTA’s ‘Prince William Scholarships in Film, Games and Television’ programme. 🎥 Kensington Palace
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    Courageous as ever – legend on the pitch and legend off it. You have our support Gareth. W • Hello, I’m Gareth Thomas 🏉🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 and I want to share my secret with you. Why? Because it’s mine to tell you. Not the evils that make my life hell, threatening to tell you before I do. And because I believe in you, and I trust you. I am living with HIV. Now you have that information, that makes me extremely vulnerable, but it does not make me weak. Now even though I’ve been forced to tell you this, I choose to fight, to educate and break the stigma around this subject. And that begins today, when I take on the toughest Iron Man in the world in Tenby 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 and I push myself physically to the limits. I’m asking you to help me to show that everyone lives in fear of people’s reactions and opinions, but that doesn’t mean we have to hide. But to do this, I really really need your support. @gareththomasofficial #YourRaceYourVictory #cantpassiton
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    Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today! 🎂
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    Happy 90th Birthday 🎂 to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists! RCOG, of which The Duchess of Cambridge became Patron in 2018, works to improve women's health care across the world. To mark their 90th year, we’re taking a look back at the long association between the College and @TheRoyalFamily: 2. 🎓 Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) receives an Honorary RCOG Fellowship from Dame Hilda Lloyd in 1951. Two years earlier Dame Hilda became the first female president of RCOG, and of any medical royal college. 3. 🔨 Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother lays the foundation stone of RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1957. She became the College’s first Royal Patron in 1932. 4. 🎥 The Queen officially opens RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1960. 5-7. 🤝 RCOG has awarded an Honorary Fellowship to 10 members of the Royal Family, including Princess Margaret in 1966, The Princess Royal in 1979 and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1987. 8-10. Today RCOG has over 16,000 members 🌎 worldwide. The college works with partners both in the UK and globally to improve the standard of care delivered to women, encourage the study of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), and advance the science and practice of O&G. Visit @rcobsgyn to find out more about their work and history, as they celebrate #RCOG90. 📷🎥 Images and footage courtesy of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
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    The experiences we gain during our earliest years influences who we become as people. They influence how we interact in school, in work and in society and, ultimately how we bring up our own children. Whether it is planting 🌳 exploring 🔍 digging ⛏ creating 🎨 or playing; quality time spent outside provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them. There is a well-known proverb – that it takes a village to raise a child – everyone here represents an integral part of that very village. By coming together, having fun, learning and experiencing new things, we can all impart life-long benefits on our children. The Duchess of Cambridge, at the #BacktoNature festival at @rhswisley 🍂 which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. 🎥 Footage courtesy of @the_rhs
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    🚜 Today The Duchess of Cambridge opened the #BacktoNature play garden at @RHSWisley and attended the Back to Nature festival with @The_RHS Ambassador Mary Berry, which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. The Back to Nature play garden was inspired by The Duchess’s designs and includes elements such as the hollow log 🌳 from the #RHSChelsea Flower Show garden, and the wildflower meadow 🌼 and rolling hill ⛰️ showcased at #RHSHampton. New features include two connected treehouses and slides which encourage families and friends to have fun together in a natural environment. The garden was designed by landscape architects Davies White with input from the RHS, and will be a permanent installation at RHS Garden Wisley. Her Royal Highness has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger. The Duchess took the opportunity to invite many of them to the ‘Back to Nature’ Festival to celebrate their contribution to society and to further highlight the importance of those involved in the Early Years sector coming together to support a fundamental change in how society approaches childhood development 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
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    There are a thousand ways to start a conversation about your crisis, @GiveUsAShoutInsta is here for all of them. Text Shout to 85258 for 24/7 support 🇬🇧📱 Save and Share this World Suicide Prevention Day to ensure no-one goes through a crisis alone. #WSPD #WSPD2019 #Shout85258
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    On #999DayUK The Duke of Cambridge visited @TheFirefightersCharity 👨‍🚒 who offer specialist, lifelong support for members of the UK fire services community, empowering individuals to achieve mental, physical and social wellbeing throughout their lives. At Harcombe House, one of three residential centres run by The Fire Fighters Charity 🚒 The Duke of Cambridge visited the gym to see in action an anti-gravity treadmill, which allows those with lower limb injuries to exercise freely without putting their full weight on their feet, and met families undertaking an Art Therapy session. The Duke also met families who have been supported by Harcombe House to hear about their experiences, the challenges they have faced and the impact of the support that they have received at the centre — before meeting representatives 👮‍♀👨‍🚒👩‍⚕ from across the emergency services sector. The Fire Fighters Charity understand the mental, physical and social burdens that can come from being a past or present member of the UK’s dedicated fire services community — and know that everybody is different, that no two injuries are the same and that no two people may be affected in the same way by incidents they experience. Today @GiveUsAShoutInsta has announced a partnership 🤝 with the emergency services blue light community to provide 24/7 crisis text support to frontline emergency responders across the UK. Members of frontline emergency service communities, retired or serving, and their families 🇬🇧📱 can text BLUELIGHT to 85258 any time day or night to be connected to a trained and supervised Crisis Volunteer. The conversation will flow by texting back and forth, sharing only what is comfortable. The Crisis Volunteer will listen without judgement, get them through the moment, help articulate the issue, and empower them to take the next steps. 📷 Kensington Palace
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    Today marks #999DayUK, when we celebrate and say thank you to our incredible Police, Fire and Emergency Medical services 👮‍♀👨‍🚒👩‍⚕ and all our specialised emergency services for all that they do to keep us safe. The first photograph in this post is of The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex and their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, with their cousins Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall in the yard of the Old Fire Station 🚒 in the grounds of Sandringham House in 1988. On 999 Day later today The Duke will visit @TheFirefightersCharity at Harcombe House in Devon to hear about the support that the centre provides to members of the fire and rescue service and their families, and meet representatives from across the emergency services sector. On the extraordinary work of our emergency services, The Duke of Cambridge said: "As a society, we owe our wellbeing, and indeed our lives, to the men and women in our emergency services who work tirelessly to protect us in some of the most difficult circumstances. It is only fitting that we should recognise the vital role that they play, and pay tribute to the bravery and dedication of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities." 999 Day begins annually at 9am on the 9th September (the 9th hour of the 9th day of the 9th month) and is held to pay tribute to the invaluable work that is carried out by the emergency services and responders. 📷 Getty images / Press Association
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    As part of the #HeadsUp campaign ⚽️ the Football Association has launched new comprehensive guidance for coaches and managers, which will help all FA affiliated adult clubs supporting the mental wellbeing of their players. The guidance, produced in partnership with @MindCharity and a mental health advisory group put together by The FA, will help coaches and managers to: 1. Spot the signs 🚨 of people experiencing mental health problems. 2. Feel confident 💙 to provide support. 3. Signpost people 👉 to specialist help. Today at @HendonFC The Duke of Cambridge discussed the new guidelines with Hendon FC coaches — how it can support them in identifying the signs of mental health issues, and offer support and signposting where needed to help improve the mental wellbeing of players. With the Hendon FC coaches The Duke also discussed other significant issues surrounding the sport ⚽️ at the moment too, including racist abuse being suffered by players, including Tammy Abraham and Romelu Lukaku. The Duke said ”It’s outrageous what’s happening…People are now talking about mental health issues but I imagine talking about racism is still quite a difficult subject”, and that racism had been talked about for “too long…we’ve got to do something about it.”
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    🎥 The Football Association has launched new guidance for coaches and managers ⚽️ to help clubs support the mental wellbeing of their players. The Duke of Cambridge, FA President, visited @HendonFC to see how the guidance 📖 can help those working across the adult football pyramid #HeadsUp
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    Today The Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association ⚽️ visited Hendon Football Club to learn more the club’s mental health outreach initiatives. The Duke’s visit came as part of #HeadsUp, a new season-long campaign which will harness the power of football to encourage more people – particularly men, to feel comfortable talking 🗣️ about their mental health, and feel able to support their friends and families through difficult times. In 2017 Hendon FC launched an outreach programme in conjunction 🤝 with @BrentCouncil’s Early Years Intervention Service to enable young people from the local community who live with mental health issues to attend training sessions at the football club. Using football as a means to help improve their mental health and wellbeing, the group of young people formed the Hendon FC Mental Health team, and now attend specially tailored training sessions at the club on a weekly basis ⬅️ swipe to see the impact of Hendon’s outreach programme. Today The Duke joined a number of players on the pitch to hear more about how the project has helped them manage their mental health challenges. The Duke also spoke to a number of the club’s fans and supporters who have experienced mental health issues to understand how football and the sense of community it provides can play an important role on their journeys to recovery. @Heads_Together @HendonFC
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    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a photograph of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Kensington Palace this morning. The photo was taken shortly before Their Royal Highnesses left for Thomas's Battersea. 📷 Kensington Palace
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    Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining her older brother Prince George ✏️📚🏫
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    Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining her older brother Prince George ✏️📚🏫
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    Today is #WorldPhotographyDay 📸 when we celebrate the art, craft, science and history of photography. Photography can provide a universal language 💬 for anyone to express themselves and release their thoughts and feelings. In June this year The Duchess of Cambridge joined children from @ActionforChildrenUK for a special photography workshop run by @RoyalPhotographicSociety. Among the children The Duchess met at the workshop was Josh, aged 9 — and this World Photography Day we're excited to share some of Josh's images that he took that day. Swipe ⬅️ to take a closer look. Fantastic work 👏 Josh! Ahead of The Duchess's visit to the photography workshop we announced that Her Majesty The Queen passed the patronage of The Royal Photographic Society to The Duchess, having held the role for 67 years. The Duchess has a longstanding interest in photography, and her patronage will further highlight the beneficial impact that art and creativity can have on emotional wellbeing, particularly for children and young people. 📷 Kensington Palace / Josh Evans
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    ⛵ Thank you to everyone that took part in The King's Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Patronages! Swipe to find out more about the incredible work of the eight organisations: @childbereavementuk The Royal Foundation's Early Years Programme @tusk_org @centrepointuk @ldnairamb @actiononaddiction @_place2be @afnccf
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    ⛵️ An incredible day at The King’s Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Patronages — big congratulations 🏆 @tusk_org and @beargrylls on a fantastic victory! The Duke competed on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses were by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support.
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    ⛵ …and they’re off! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are going head to head in The King’s Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages. The Duke is competing on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more.
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    It’s race day! 🏁 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with The King’s Cup charity ambassadors, before the competitive spirit kicks in 🏆 at today’s inaugural regatta. The King’s Cup is raising awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages. In this year’s race ⛵ The Duke is competing on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more.
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    I want to live in a society where mental health is considered as important as physical health, and initiatives like #HeadsUp are a great way of achieving that. I hope everyone takes time to think about those close to them who have suffered in silence, and let’s try and find a way of making the conversation around mental health more open and honest. It’s the only way we will move forward. 🔵 @mancity Manager Pep Guardiola Mental ill health is an illness that doesn’t discriminate. It affects all ages, all genders, all backgrounds, all incomes and wealths, all nationalities. If this game helps more people realise that it’s something any one of us could suffer that’s good - because people should not feel embarrassed about illness. 🔴 @liverpoolfc Manager Jürgen Klopp Heads Up – launched by The Football Association and @heads_together, and spearheaded by The Duke of Cambridge – will harness the influence and popularity of football to help show the nation that we all have mental health, and it is just as important as physical health. Thank you Pep and Jürgen 🙌 Manchester City and Liverpool, for your support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more about how we are using one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football ⚽ – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health. 📸 AFP/FA/PA
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    We are using one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football ⚽ – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health. #HeadsUp, a collaboration between the Football Association and @Heads_Together, will show the world of football that our mental health is just as important as our physical health, and that we all need to take care of our everyday mental fitness, and provide support to one another when we face setbacks, so we can be match fit for whatever lies ahead. Today’s FA Community Shield match between @liverpoolfc 🔴 and @mancity 🔵 kicked off the #HeadsUp campaign and a season of activities which will strive to raise awareness, spark conversation and signpost support for those in need. Before today’s match, two community choirs – iChoir from Liverpool and Bee Vocal from Manchester – both created to support mental wellbeing and to challenge the stigma surrounding mental health, sang the clubs’ anthems, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ and ‘Blue Moon’, which both refer to themes of isolation and the importance of togetherness. If you need immediate support 📱🇬🇧 you can text ‘HeadsUp’ to 85258 to connect with a trained @giveusashoutinsta crisis volunteer, who will chat to you by text message and help you through the moment, working together on a plan for longer-term support.
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    Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duchess of Sussex today! 🎈
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    Just one week to go until The King’s Cup ⛵️🏆 Today we’re excited to reveal the ambassadors representing each of the eight charities benefitting from the Regatta. These are: The Duke of Cambridge, representing @childbereavementuk The Duchess of Cambridge, representing The Royal Foundation’s Early Years programme Bear Grylls, representing @tusk_org Fara Williams, representing @centrepointuk Dan Snow, representing @ldnairamb John Bishop, representing @actiononaddiction Katie Thistleton, representing @_place2be Helen Glover, representing @afnccf The ambassadors will skipper each of the eight boats, with the winning team awarded The King’s Cup, a historic trophy first presented by King George V at Cowes’ Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whist also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support.
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    "We will use our national game ⚽️ to spread the message that mental health isn’t a sad, difficult topic. It is just part of everyday life." — This Sunday’s FA Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City will kick-off the #HeadsUp campaign 🗣 a season of activities aimed at driving the biggest ever conversation on mental health. Heads Up – launched by The Football Association and @heads_together, and spearheaded by The Duke of Cambridge – will harness the influence and popularity of football to help show the nation that we all have mental health, and it is just as important as physical health. The campaign will strive to raise awareness, spark conversation and signpost support for those in need. Take a look at out Story or visit the link in our bio to find out. If a fan wants immediate support 📱🇬🇧 they can also text ‘HeadsUp’ to 85258 to connect with a trained @giveusashoutinsta crisis volunteer, who will chat to them by text message, sharing only what feels comfortable, and help them through the moment, working together on a a plan for longer-term support.
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    Congratulations 👏 to the incredible team of @giveusashoutinsta volunteers, who have now taken 100,000 text conversations – exchanging 4 million messages of support. In May this year The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched Shout 📱🇬🇧 a new text messaging helpline that supports people in crisis. Shout operates 24/7 and connects people in need to trained volunteers who provide help at a time when it is most needed; enabling them to move from a moment of crisis to a calm state and form a plan for next steps to find longer-term support. ・・・ #Repost Our amazing #CrisisVolunteers have now taken 100,000 text conversations, exchanging 4 million messages of support with our texters. We're incredibly grateful to them for volunteering their time to help take people who are finding life overwhelming to a calmer place & help them find longer term support. • Life can feel overwhelming for so many reasons. Our Crisis Volunteers are there for you 24/7 & will talk to you about whatever is troubling you: stress, relationships, anxiety, loneliness, sexuality, bullying, self-harm, & depression. Text SHOUT to 85258. #GiveUsAShout #100kconversations #mentalhealth
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    🦁🦁🦁 Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken recently in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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    🎂 Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken on holiday with the family by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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    🎈⚽️ Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness's sixth birthday. This photograph was taken recently in the garden of their home at Kensington Palace by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!
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    The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, presents the 2019 Gentlemen’s Singles Champion Novak Djokovic with his fifth #Wimbledon title trophy 👏🎾🏆🇷🇸
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    What an incredible, breathtaking Wimbledon final 🎾 @djokernole and @rogerfederer! Congratulations Novak on your fifth #Wimbledon title! The Duke of Kent, President of The All England Lawn Tennis Club, and The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of The All England Lawn Tennis Club presented this year’s @Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles Final trophies 🏆 following the match. Ahead of the final, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thanked the ballboys, ballgirls, staff and referees for their tireless work in making this year’s tournament a huge success. 📷Wimbledon/PA
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    The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, congratulates the 2019 Ladies’ Singles Champion Simona Halep on her first #Wimbledon title 👏🎾🏆🇷🇴
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    The Duchess of Cambridge, @Wimbledon Patron, and The Duchess of Sussex attended the #Wimbledon 🎾 Ladies’ Singles Final today. Well done to Serena Williams and Simona Halep on a fantastic match, and congratulations Simona on your first Wimbledon title! Ahead of the match, The Duchess of Cambridge met junior players Kamilla Bartone, Oksana Selekhmeteva, Polina Kudermetova, and Giulia Morlet at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. 📷PA #WimbledonFinal #Wimbledon2019
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    📅⛵ It’s one month to go until The King’s Cup! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will go head to head as skippers of individual sailing boats in an eight boat regatta race, in support of Their Royal Highnesses’ charitable causes. As we mark one month to go until the regatta, we’d like to introduce the charities that are being supported in this year’s King’s Cup: 2. Child Bereavement UK, who support children and families facing bereavement. 3. Centrepoint, the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, which supports over 10,000 homeless young people each year. 4. London Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, which highlights the vital work of the Air Ambulance in delivering life-saving treatment across London. 5. Tusk, a charity working to amplify the impact of progressive conservation initiatives across Africa. 6. Action on Addiction, delivering effective programmes to support those affected by addiction to drugs and alcohol, their children and families. 7. Place2Be, working with families, teachers and schools to make a positive difference to children’s mental health. 8. The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, building resilience in children and young people, and delivering pioneering mental health support to families for over 60 years. 9. The Royal Foundation, in connection with its Early Years programme — The Duchess’s focus on early childhood development. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whist also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. To find out more about The King’s Cup, visit the link in our bio.
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    The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex took part in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day for the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy. The charity match helped raise funds and awareness for charities supported by Their Royal Highnesses. Swipe to see some of the organisations who were being supported: 2. The English Schools Swimming Association, which encourages school children to learn to swim and compete at several levels - for their school, their district and their country. 3. Fields in Trust, who champion and support our parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity. 4. The Household Cavalry Operational Casualties Fund, which helps provide financial support to injured soldiers and their families, including those who have lost their lives on active service. 5. Irish Guards Appeal, which provides welfare support to both serving and former members of the Regiment and their families. 6. Mountain Rescue England and Wales, an entirely voluntary service who work on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 7. The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre specialising in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. 8. The Passage, providing homeless people with support to transform their own lives. 9. Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, which supports severely injured players from Wales. Other organisations to benefit include African Parks, Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, The Invictus Games Foundation, Map Action, The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, RFU Injured Players Foundation and Rhino Conservation Botswana. The event raised £1 million for the fifteen benefitting charities. 📷 PA
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    The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting a new UK-wide drive to help children connect with nature 🍃 as the next generation takes environmental action into their own hands. Backyard Nature aims to build an army of young nature guardians across the UK and help them protect wildlife on their doorstep 🦋🐛🦉 galvanising communities and empowering the children that live in them to act as nature guardians for their patch, no matter how small. The Duchess of Cambridge said: “Spending time in nature can play a pivotal role in helping children grow up to become happy, healthy adults. The great outdoors provides an open playground for children to have fun and learn life-long skills — from balance and coordination to empathy and creativity — with their friends, their parents, their carers, or their family members. I hope the Backyard Nature campaign inspires children, families and communities to get outside and engage with nature, wherever they live.” The Backyard Nature campaign has committed to encourage and support a million hours spent in the outdoors, encouraging children to connect with the environment and take action. Visit @BackyardNatUK to find out more and sign up to be a nature guardian. 📷 Kensington Palace #BackyardNature
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    The gardens team at Historic Royal Palaces have been working on a beautiful wildflower meadow outside Kensington Palace 🌼🌺🌻 consisting of poppies, campion, daisies, ragged robin and many other native wild flowers. Visit @HistoricRoyalPalaces to find out more, including a blog from their Gardens Manager explaining how the wildflower meadow was grown and its ecological benefits to the local area. #KensingtonPalace
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    Today The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son Archie was Christened at the Private Chapel at Windsor Castle. This photograph was taken in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle by Chris Allerton. Seated (left to right): The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke of Sussex, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, The Duchess of Sussex, The Duchess of Cambridge. Standing (left to right): The Prince of Wales, Ms Doria Ragland, Lady Jane Fellowes, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, The Duke of Cambridge.
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    Thank you Joyce and Evelyn @RoyalMarsden for sneaking upstairs for a hug with The Duke of Cambridge! The Duke, President of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, was visiting The Royal Marsden in Chelsea to learn about the psychological support being offered to staff, patients and their families. Visit our profile to read the stories of some of the staff and patients The Duke met today. The Royal Marsden is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe, treating and seeing over 50,000 NHS and private patients every year.
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    The Duke of Cambridge, President of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, visited The Royal Marsden in Chelsea to learn about the psychological support being offered to staff, patients and their families. The Royal Marsden opened its doors in 1851 as the world’s first hospital dedicated to cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. Now, it is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe, treating and seeing over 50,000 NHS and private patients every year. Read below and swipe to see the stories of some of those that he met: 2. Meeting Aly, Matron at the Bud Flanagan Unit. At end of 2017 Aly took time off work with stress, compassion fatigue and depression. Aly said: It was a very upsetting and difficult time, but with the support of my family, GP and The Royal Marsden team, I not only got through it, I came back stronger than ever. 3. With Julie, who was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2014. Following treatment and remission, the cancer came back in 2018 and she received robotic surgery at The Royal Marsden. Julie received psychological support to deal with her relapse and treatment impact, together with speech and language therapy to get her speech and eating back to a ‘new’ normal. 4/5/6. Visiting the Ellis Ward, which specialises in the care of female patients undergoing investigations and treatments for breast, gynaecological, urological and gastrointestinal cancers. 7/8. In January this year, The Royal Marsden announced the sudden death of Professor Martin Gore, who was their Medical Director for 10 years and a Trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. The Duke met Professor Gore’s widow, Pauline Gore, and some of his closest colleagues. 9/10. The staff of the Royal Marsden work tirelessly to continue to make a national and global contribution to cancer research and treatment, so that more people are cured and quality of life is improved for those living with cancer. The Duke met staff to thank them for their incredible work. 📷 Kensington Palace @royalmarsden #RoyalMarsden
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    🎾 The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of @Wimbledon, visited The Championships today. Her Royal Highness watched Harriet Dart vs. Christina McHale on Court 14, alongside Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong. The Duchess also visited the Aorangi Park to see the practice courts and warm-up area. HRH met a number of finalists and winners nominated for the annual @lta Tennis Awards, which recognise people who volunteer as grassroots level to grow and open up the sport. HRH also met British players Andy Murray and Johanna Konta. The Duchess then watched defending champion Angelique Kerber play Tatjana Maria on Centre Court. 📷 Wimbledon / Press Assocation / Kensington Palace #Wimbledon #Wimbledon2019 #BacktheBrits
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    🍃 The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a picnic for her patronages in the Back to Nature Garden at #RHSHampton — where she was joined by children from @afnccf, Evelina Children’s Hospital, @actionforchildrenuk and @_place2be to explore the garden and experience the positive effects of spending time outside. The Duchess of Cambridge’s RHS Back to Nature Garden has transferred to @The_RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival — the design has the same wild and natural feel but has been developed in order to create further opportunities for children and families to interact with nature. The design for this garden has once again been created through a collaboration between Her Royal Highness, landscape architects @davies_white and the RHS. As part of her longstanding work on Early Years, The Duchess believes that spending time outdoors plays a pivotal role in children’s future health and happiness. Her garden highlights how time spent in natural environments can help build the foundations for positive physical and mental wellbeing that last through childhood and over a lifetime. Features like the hollow log and rustic dens 🏕 have returned from Chelsea, in addition to a new hidden cave, treehouse 🌳, camo netting, rolling hill ⛰ and stream 💧. These environments enable children to develop skills for life through free play, building their confidence, strength, resilience and social skills. In addition to the physical and mental health benefits of being in nature, spending quality time with parents and carers outside has a valuable impact on children’s early development. In the garden, families can explore together and enjoy nature as a playground. There is a pond to paddle in, a bug hotel 🐞 that provides habitats for all sorts of wildlife, as well as a bee-friendly 🐝 wildflower meadow that covers the hill in meadow buttercup, ox-eye daisy, red clover and common spotted orchid.
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    🇨🇦 Happy Canada Day! // Bonne Fête du Canada! #CanadaDay #Canada
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    🇵🇰 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official visit to Pakistan this autumn, at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Further details will be advised in due course. Her Majesty The Queen visited Pakistan in 1961 and 1997, and The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited in 2006. Swipe to see photos from the visits: 2. The Queen attends a State Banquet at the President's House, Karachi, in 1961. 3. The Queen meets members of the Pakistan cricket team at the Rawalpindi cricket ground, in 1997. 4. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall at the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore, in 2006. Photos courtesy of the Press Association and @royalcollectiontrust #Pakistan #RoyalVisitPakistan
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    Today is Armed Forces Day! To all the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, from currently serving troops to service families, veterans and reservists, to cadets and charities: thank you. 📷RAF School of Photography / Kensington Palace / Press Association #SaluteOurForces #ArmedForcesDay
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