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The Duchess of Cambridge is launching a landmark solo charity campaign, which will see her work on a project separately to husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry for the first time. According to the Daily Mail, the efforts will be focused particularly towards child welfare – and those that are not given enough support from their early years onwards. The report reads: "She is bringing together experts from academia, education, health and other fields to work on how to help families tackle anti-social behaviour, addiction and mental health." Kate has long dedicated her charity focus to children's welfare Kate's new initiative
New and exciting details have been released by the palace about the upcoming royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank – including one very sweet nod to Eugenie's own family name. It has been revealed that the prayers will be lead by the Archbishop of York during the service - of course, Eugenie's full title is Princess Eugenie of York, and her father Prince Andrew is the Duke of York. Officiating the ceremony will be the Dean of Windsor, David Conner. Eugenie's wedding ceremony will see a sweet nod to the York family name The soon-to-be newlyweds have
A close look at Prince Harry's wedding ring - and why it's surprisingly different from other royal men
Prince Harry decided against following royal tradition when he chose his wedding ring for his marriage to the Duchess of Sussex - opting for a modern, platinum design rather than the classic Welsh gold usually favoured by his family. And on Thursday, during a visit to the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre, photographers caught a close-up shot of his ring - which features a slender band and a subtly brushed, textured finish. A close look at Harry's modern wedding ring In fact, many British royal men choose not to wear a wedding ring at all, so Harry’s decision to opt for