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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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Kensington Palace 7h
Fit and Fed is a national initiative, and The Duke previously visited sessions in Newham in 2017 and Brent in 2018.
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Kensington Palace 8h
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73% of the poorest families cannot always afford to feed their children during the school holidays, a gap which is estimated to affect 3 million children and young people across the UK, and 700,000 in London.
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Kensington Palace 8h
Open 6 days a week, with evening sports and Arts sessions each night, provides youth services to the young people of Streatham as well as outlying areas.
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Kensington Palace 8h
The Duke helps serve lunch with Principle Youth Worker, Mark, who has been attending since he was a child.
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Kensington Palace 8h
Watching a Jui-Jitsu demonstration. Volunteers and youth leaders from help ensure young people in the area have a safe place to take part in activities in the school holidays.
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Kensington Palace 8h
The Duke meets children taking part in trampolining at .
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Kensington Palace 8h
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‘Fit and Fed’ is a national campaign run by , which aims to provide children and young people with free access to activity sessions and a nutritious lunch during school holidays.
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Kensington Palace 8h
The Duke of Sussex is visiting Fit and Fed’s February half-term holiday activity programme at ’s John Corfield Centre today.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
🎂 Cutting the Exercise Clockwork cake to mark the 50th anniversary of the ’ operation in Bardufoss, Norway.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
At The Duke of Sussex visits an aviation hangar housing specialist aircraft – where he met aircrew and engineers at the base in Bardufoss.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
The Duke of Sussex, Captain General , takes a look inside a Quinzhee Shelter with LCpl Parker and AB Burns
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
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The Duke of Sussex, Captain General , meets deployed ranks at Exercise Clockwork, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in North Norway — where military personnel are taught how to survive, operate and fight in the extreme cold weather
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
At , 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in North Norway The Duke of Sussex, Captain General receives a briefing on the operation in Bardufoss, which marks its 50th anniversary this year. 🇬🇧🇳🇴
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
Find out more about the work of The Royal Foundation and Their Royal Highnesses work around mental health here:
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
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The Duke meets the new dads who have completed the course, alongside their children. They talk about the realities of becoming new dads.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
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The Duke then takes part in a discussion around practising self-care when you become a new dad.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
Onto the all important nappy change. “It’s never straightforward,” says The Duke of Cambridge. new dads are given practical session to help get them ready for fatherhood.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
CEO Christopher Muwanguzi explains how the charity works to support new fathers.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
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The charity is located in London and provides advice and support for fathers, helping to develop their confidence as dads.
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Kensington Palace Feb 14
This morning The Duke also visited a programme called “Future Dads”, set up by the charity Future Men ().
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