This morning, (November 15, 2018
) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a previously unannounced visit to The BBC Broadcasting House
in London, England. The couple visited the BBC to view the work the broadcaster is doing as a key member of Prince William’s Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying. The Cyberbullying Taskforce is part of the Royal Foundation
and was launched in April 2016 during Anti-Bullying Week when Prince William brought together leading tech companies, NGOs and independent advisers in a Taskforce chaired by Brent Hoberman CBE, to tackle this issue. During their visit the couple joined the BBC The One Show where they met Ellie, Eliza and Cameron from Wormholt Park Primary School for a discussion on the upcoming Kids Online Wellbeing App. They also met with young people who wrote and performed in a new campaign video for “Stop Speak Support”, a youth-led code of conduct to provide guidance on what to do when they witness bullying online. The Duke of Cambridge also gave an impassioned speech about his concerns of cyberbullying and his fears that big companies aren’t doing enough to protect individuals. You can read his full speech here
or watch it here
. You don’t want to miss it.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 15 | The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit The BBC
Tonight, (November 14, 2018
) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined other members of The Royal Family to celebrate the 70th birthday of Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. The Duke and Duchess were photographed leaving Kensington Palace for the party. Unfortunalty, like most private family events like these we won’t be getting any more photos from inside the party. Hopefully, Catherine will re-wear this ensemble in the future!
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 14 | Prince Of Wales’ 70th Birthday Party
To celebrate Prince Charles 70th birthday the Palace has released two photos featuring his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The two photos were taken back in September in the gardens of Clarence House by royal photographer Chris Jackson, who has photographed The Cambridges in the past, he is also married to Catherine’s assistant Natasha Archer.
Official Portraits > November 2018 | Prince Charles’ 70th Birthday Photos
This morning, (November 11, 2018
) The Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and The Duchess of Cornwall on the balcony of the Foreign Office in Whitehall for the Remembrance Sunday Service at Cenotaph. Meghan, Duchess of Sussex was on the next balcony over with Germany’s first lady Elke Büdenbender. The members of The Royal Family observed two minutes of silence and Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry laid wreaths.
Later in the evening. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and members of The Royal Family at the Westminster Abbey for a service to honor those who lost their lives in the First World War and the Centenary of Armistice Day.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 11 | Remembrance Sunday
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 11 | Centenary Of WW1 Armistice Service At Westminster Abbey
On (November 10, 2018
) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined The Queen and other Members of The Royal Family for the annual Festival of Remembrance
at the Royal Albert Hall. You may have noticed this past week members of The Royal Family have been honoring the men and women in various ways who have sacrificed themselves for their country. The Festival of Remembrance allows all the Royals to come together in one place to honor all those who have lost their lives in conflicts with members of the Legion, their families, and officials.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 10 | Festival Of Remembrance
On (November 08, 2018) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended The Tusk Conservation Awards at Banqueting House in London. The Tusk Awards celebrate the extraordinary work of individuals who are protecting endangered wildlife in Africa. In December 2005 Prince William became Patron. Tusk’s mission is to support forward-thinking and successful conservation intervention in Africa and work with successful local organisations, supporting and nurturing their conservation programmes. Before the awards The Duke and Duchess attended a reception meeting with award nominees, Tusk supporters and sponsors. During the ceremony Prince William presented three awards and gave a speech you can view here. So far I have added 80 high quality photos to the gallery. Enjoy!
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > November 08 | The Tusk Conservation Awards
Today, (October 31, 2018) The Duchess of Cambridge visited The Imperial War Museum. The Duchess visited the museum in London ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice to learn about the lives of her great grandmother’s three brothers, who fought and lost their lives in the First World War. Catherine toured the First World War galleries and learned more about what her relatives would have experienced during their time on the front line. She also was shown her great-grandmother Olive’s registration card. Olive and her younger sister Anne were both VAD nurses with the British Red Cross during the War. The Duchess also viewed several other documents relating to her relatives’ experiences, including the brothers’ letters home.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > October 31 | Visiting The Imperial War Museum
Today, (October 30, 2018
) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Coach Core Essex, a apprenticeship programme that helps young people who are not in education, employment or training to build a career in sports coaching. The Duke and Duchess found out more about two of these: Sport For Confidence, who uses sport to benefit the lives of people with mental health problems, physical disabilities and learning disabilities and South Essex Gym Club, which offers classes from preschool upwards for artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, adult gym and freestyle classes both of which have employed multiple apprentices through the scheme. Their Royal Highnesses meet Coach Core apprentices and graduates, and learned how the scheme in Essex is getting the local community involved in sport. Coach Core targets communities which have the highest levels of youth unemployment and social deprivation. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joinec in with tennis and indoor athletics coaching sessions and a game of Boccia – one of the sports provided by Sport For Confidence, which offers sporting opportunities for individuals who face barriers to participation. The Duke and Duchess also watched gymnasts in training at the gymnastics centre established by The Royal Foundation in 2012, shortly after the London Olympic Games and driven by a desire to build upon the legacy of the Olympics. Afterwards, The Duke and Duchess met with individuals who had gathered to meet them.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > October 30 | The Duke And Duchess Visit Coach Core Essex
Yesterday, (October 23, 2018)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Queen and other members of The Royal Family for a State dinner in honor of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima’s visit. Highlights from the evening included Catherine wearing the Lover’s Knot tiara once again. Catherine also wore a stunning necklace from The Queen’s vault, once worn by Queen Alexandra on her wedding day. The biggest highlight for most royal watchers was the confirmation that the Duchess has received her Royal Family Order from Her Majesty. The Royal Family Order is a special honor given to female family members as a “thank you” for their service. Catherine was given the honor last year, but this is the first time she has been photographed wearing it. Usually, the order is made of ivory, but because of Prince Williams’s fight against the ivory trade, Catherine’s is instead made of glass.
Engagements & Tour Photos > 2018 > October 23 | State Visit Of The King And Queen Of The Netherlands