- ANI via Yahoo! India NewsAug 01 03:03 AM
Washington DC, Aug 1 (ANI): Prince William has always been one of the royals who promotes animal rights, and in support of this he recently honoured an African man Edward Ndiritu, who had been fighting against the poachers in Africa. The Duke of Cambridge awarded Ndiritu, the head of the Anti-Poaching Unit for the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya with the Wildlife Ranger Award, E! Online ...
- Hello! CanadaJul 29 06:51 AM
Little George will now be able to play in his dad's childhood tree house at Highgrove.
- E! OnlineJul 31 02:17 PM
Prince William has always had an affinity for Kenyan wildlife—he proposed to Kate Middleton on a Kenyan safari, and Prince George's nursery is full of paintings of African...
- People MagazineJul 31 09:12 AM
The first anti-poaching fighter to receive an award from one of the prince's conservation charities has been announced
- ETonline via Yahoo CelebrityAug 01 06:00 PM
If you think you've seen every photo of the royal family, think again. New portraits that will be featured in an exhibition at London art gallery Eleven have just been released, and the glossy images are pretty magnificent. WATCH: Kate Middleton Looks Gorgeous in First Official Outing Since Princess Charlotte's Birth Queen Elizabeth and Prince William are just two of the Queen's people who posed...
- DNA IndiaAug 01 04:43 AM
Rhino ranger Edward Ndiritu, who has been fighting against the poachers in Africa, has been been honoured with the World Ranger Award by Princes William who is a big supporter of animal rights.
Kate Middleton Gets Advanced Scuba Diving Qualifications; Will George And Charlotte Follow Their Parents?International Business TimesAug 02 09:36 AM
Kate Middleton can add scuba diver to her resume. The Duchess of Cambridge recently passed the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Advanced Open Water Diver qualification, allowing her to dive 98 feet deep in the water, Kensington Palace confirmed to the Telegraph.
- Daily MailJul 25 02:23 PM
Experts warned of the ‘extraordinary risk’ to the future King presented by a £2.99 app, which gives away precise details of his helicopter’s position, which is based at Cambridge Airport.
- ABC NewsJul 26 04:26 AM
Britain's Mail says his air rescue helicopter can be easily tracked.
- US WeeklyJul 13 07:57 AM
Looks like Princess Charlotte is already a daddy's girl. Speaking with reporters ahead of his first [...]
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