Kate Middleton and Prince William are set to carry out a day full of engagements at the end of this month on Wednesday August 24. Kensington Palace has revealed the schedule for the said engagements that Prince William and Duchess Kate will carry out, mainly in support for mental health and hospice care in addition to reflecting on the importance of emotional well-being.
Prince William & Kate Middleton's next royal engagement will be in Luton. Full details here: https://t.co/mB7vY2rqMq pic.twitter.com/sZqLumX19VThe first of the engagements will involve the royal couple heading to Bute Mills where they will be introduced to individuals at local organizations that are doing remarkable work with young people, mainly focusing on mental health.
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The building for Bute Mills, which has recently been renovated, is the home base for Youthscape. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be given a full tour of facilities and also an introduction to the charity. Will and Kate will also interact with individuals who spearheaded CHUMS, which is a mental health and emotional well-being service for children and youths. The couple will learn how the organization helps young people who are dealing with or are affected by suicide.
Hello Magazine shared what will come next on the schedule for the day.
"William and Kate will visit Keech Hospice Care, where they will meet families, friends and volunteers of the hospice which supports both children and adults. The royals will attend a reception where they will unveil a plaque and cut a cake to mark 25 years of the adult hospice."
To end the day, the Duke and Duchess will visit Hayward Tyler, manufacturing moguls, that manufacture boiler circulating pumps and wet-wound motors. The royals will be presenting the company with The Queen's Award for Enterprise and will help to open the newly built Centre of Excellence. Kate and Will are to meet the graduates, apprentices and members of staff before presenting the business with the royal award.
This Luton day of engagements marks the return to royal duties for the couple since they took a bit of a hiatus to spend time with their family. Although William has already made his return to work for East Anglia Air Ambulance, employed as a pilot on shift work, Kate has continued to enjoy some time off to spend with the couple's two children. The family was able to squeeze in a trip to France for a few days at the end of July, and have taken the rest of the summer for relaxation at their Anmer Hall country home.
In the Fall Prince William and Duchess Kate will be embarking on a tour of Canada, once again. It is not yet known as to which dates they may head to the great white North, or as to whether little George and Charlotte will go along. It had been believed that the royal couple would have even made a trek to Brazil for the Olympic Games. This clearly did not happen as the Olympics are in full swing. However, it's been reported that a Kate Middleton look-a-like has been spotted competing at the Games.
Have You Seen Kate Middleton's Olympic Doppelganger? https://t.co/zki9inNhNv pic.twitter.com/nl51tqTTTKGlobal News shared about the blonde replica of the Duchess of Cambridge.
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"The Duchess of Cambridge seems to have a doppelgänger competing in Rio at the 2016 Olympic Games. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot is a 24-year-old Olympic cyclist from France and spectators at the women's road race final were quick to notice that she shares some of Kate Middleton's familiar features."The 24-year-old has a successful track record being the first person in the history of cycling to hold simultaneous titles for world road and world cyclo-cross, as well as world mountain bike. The Middleton doppelganger placed 26th overall in the women's road race on Sunday and is to compete in the women's cross-country on August 20th.
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