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The Duke of Cambridge will visit the UK Atomic Energy Authority on Thursday 18th October. At he will officially mark the end of construction of MAST Upgrade, which is the UK’s newest fusion energy experiment.
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Whilst The Duke of Cambridge was thanking European divers at Buckingham Palace, on the other side of the world, during , The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met Dr Richard Harris, an anaesthetist and experienced cave diver who was key to the rescue effort.
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Today’s reception has been organised in association with , of whom The Duke is Patron, and the British Cave Rescue Council.
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The Duke of Cambridge meets staff who provided support for the divers during the rescue mission. This vital group helped with everything from sourcing dive equipment to booking flights, arranging visas, providing medical advice and fundraising.
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His Royal Highness meets Christopher Jewell, Lance Corporal Connor Roe, Jim Warny and Martin Holroyd, who helped bring the trapped boys through the system of chambers and flooded passages to safety.
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Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
On 23 June, the football team were trapped in a flash flood inside Tham Luang, 4km from the cave’s entrance. An international effort including British cave divers transported the boys through flooded, narrow sections of the cave in the dark using guide ropes, rescuing them all.
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This morning, The Duke of Cambridge is hosting a reception at Buckingham Palace to recognise the extraordinary contribution made by British rescue divers and support staff to the Tham Luang cave rescue effort in Thailand earlier this year.
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The Duke of Sussex introduced The Duchess to 98 year-old Daphne Dunne, who he met in 2015, and again on his last visit to Australia in 2017.
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G'day Sydney! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met members of the public outside 🇦🇺
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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex completed their visit to the Sydney Opera House with a walk along the Western Boardwalk where the public were able to catch a glimpse of the couple. Photography courtesy of Penny Bradfield/Auspic/DPS
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Replying to @BangarraDance
. is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation, and one of Australia's leading performing arts companies.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex view an incredible performance of 'Spirit 2018' by – who are preparing for their International Tour to India and Japan.
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Replying to @tarongazoo
🐨 At The Duke and Duchess met Rubi — mother of one of the Zoo's latest additions, a joey named Harry!
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Established in 1916, is Australia's oldest zoological park – their commitment to conservation science has culminated in the development of the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning — opened by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex today.
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We are incredibly honoured to have had The Duke and Duchess of Sussex open our brand new state-of-the-art Institute of Science & Learning today. This facility really is a game-changer for research and conservation, offering never-before seen learning opportunities for students.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are welcomed by the Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove at Admiralty House, Kirribilli, with Akubra hats, as they begin 🇦🇺
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Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public.
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Kensington Palace Oct 15
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019.
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Kensington Palace Oct 14
Replying to @InvictusSydney
The Duke of Sussex last visited Australia to launch in 2017 — which will be a major focus for The Duke and Duchess during . The Duke and Duchess are excited to see Sydney fully embrace the Invictus spirit during .
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Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
Her Majesty The Queen has visited Australia on 16 occasions — first in 1954, and most recently in 2011 :
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