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The official account of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their Royal Foundation, based at Kensington Palace.
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Clarence House 2h
Thank you to all the organisations, community groups, representatives from businesses and Ambassadors who attended the roundtable discussion on youth violent crime today.
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Kensington Palace 4h
Replying to @PrincesTrust
Today’s discussion was part of The ongoing work to help disadvantaged and vulnerable young people in light of the increased levels of violent crime.
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Kensington Palace 4h
The Duke of Sussex joined his father The Prince of Wales for a discussion about Youth Violent crime and the ways in which it can be reduced, convened by .
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Clarence House 4h
The Prince of Wales set up in 1976 following social unrest and high levels of youth unemployment. The charity’s business start-up programme launched in 1983 following conversations with young people in the aftermath of the Brixton and Toxteth riots.
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Clarence House 4h
Replying to @PrincesTrust
Families who have been affected by violent crime attended the discussion alongside Ambassadors, community groups and practitioners.
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Clarence House 4h
The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Sussex joined a roundtable event at Clarence House today to discuss youth violent crime and the ways in which it can be reduced. The discussion was part of the Trust’s work to help disadvantaged and vulnerable young people.
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Kensington Palace 7h
The Duchess of Sussex will visit the residential care home Brinsworth House on Tuesday 18th December.
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The Passage Charity 24h
We were honoured to welcome The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to The Passage today. The Duke and Duchess met clients and staff to talk about mental health and how substance misuse affects those who are street homeless. They also joined our arts and crafts group🎄
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @PassageCharity
The Duke and Duchess joined service users for an arts and crafts workshop to prepare cards and gifts ahead of the centre's Christmas party next week.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @PassageCharity
Last year over 600 clients engaged with for assistance — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met staff and volunteers to learn more about their work linking clients into statutory services and minimising harm.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
At the , The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge heard from frontline workers about some of the challenges relating to street homelessness, including drug addiction and mental health issues.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
🎄 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge join service users for an arts and crafts workshop to prepare cards and gifts ahead of centre’s Christmas party next week.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @EvelinaLondon
Their Royal Highnesses joined children as they take part in a number of Christmas-themed activities, before joining celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of the hospital.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @EvelinaLondon
The children’s orthopaedic and spinal surgery unit provides the largest service in the region for children from south London and the south-east of England.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
At The Duke and Duchess met children receiving care at the hospital, hear from staff and parents about Evelina London’s life changing care and support for families.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
"It’s a real privilege to be part of this organisation, and I look forward to many happy years ahead." — The Duchess of Cambridge, today announced as Patron.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
The award recognised Clare Waight Keller’s formidable contribution as a British fashion designer to the industry, and was decided by a panel of over 2,000 international industry experts.
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
“I feel especially proud to announce tonight’s winner, who is a British designer leading on the global stage with vision and creativity, but also with incredible kindness.” – The Duchess of Sussex
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Last night The Duchess of Sussex presented the British Designer of the Year – Womenswear to Clare Waight Keller at the .
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Kensington Palace Dec 11
Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
Evelina London is part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron.
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