After enjoying an opening night, Prince William and Catherine presided over the commemoration of the famous race to the South Pole Amundsen Scott and adventurers.
These are only three days for the Dukes of Cambridge to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. It will be April 29 and will do in private, but as it comes the Prince William and Catherine have decided to give a little walkabout with three events scheduled in their diaries. The first one took place last night at the premiere of the documentary The Cats of Africa, where the Duke and Duchess were greeted by a hundred children and dozens of flashes.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walked the red carpet to show their support to this documentary, directed by, whose funds will go to the organization Tusk Trust dedicated to preserving endangered wildlife in Africa and the Prince William's royal patron.
Catherine, who once again won the fight to the dazzling flashes with her spectacular smile, chose gray for the occasion coinciding with the color of London sky. The Duchess of Cambridge wore on the red carpet two-piece design bythree-quarter sleeves with details of turquoise beads and gold also extended around the neck.
The prince, meanwhile, opted for a simple dark suit., singer, was one of the invited, along with filmmaker Guy Ritchie and his girlfriend Jacqui Ainsley , and she dragon, Deborah Meaden, well known for her popular show on the BBC, in which aspiring entrepreneurs are raising money and advice compared to five investors capitalists.
The documentary, narrated by Hollywood star, has the struggle for survival of a pride of lions and a family on the plains of Kenya, specifically in the Masai Mara Nature Reserve. Prince William is passionate about Africa, its people and its wildlife and has always cared much for its wildlife, currently experiencing a severe crisis due to poaching of elephants and rhinos.
Charlie Mayhew, co-founder of Tusk Trust last night valued highly the support provided by the eldest son ofand his continuing efforts and great charitable work. “It is extremely important and valuable to have Prince William as royal patron. His role within the organization is global and its messages reach many people. It is certainly a powerful advocate for conservation in general. "
Mayhew also had words of thanks to Catherine, who has been very committed to this cause. " Catherine has the same love for the African continent that the prince. She came to Los Angeles with William to present our message and you cannot imagine how successful he was, "says the co-founder of Tusk Trust.
After enjoying an evening 'film', the Duke of Cambridge hosted a reception held on Thursday at the Goldsmith Hall to commemorate the famous race to the South Pole of Scott and Amundsen adventurers. It was in this celebration where Prince William gave us a snapshot to remember.
One of the adventurous stars of the event, wanted to take his son, Hugo Eric Scott, just three weeks, they managed to conquer the heart of the son of Charles. Dressed in a body of Superman, the little caught the attention of the prince, who did not hesitate to ask permission to take it to the father in his arms. “he’s so cute, "confessed William under the watchful eye of Catherine, who also failed to give caresses.
Catherine congratulated the parents for the baby they had and who knows if they have felt the call of motherhood? The stork will soon visit the Duke of Cambridge? In what is certain is that since it gave the 'I do' on 29 April in Westminster Abbey, across the UK looks forward to the grandson of Queen Elizabeth and his wife announced they are expecting their first. They believe that there would be no better occasion than their first wedding anniversary (which will take place on Sunday) to William and Catherine made known the glad tidings.
This time, Catherine was radiant with a suit jacket in blue tones of Rebecca Taylor , shoes and 'clutch' a game, which combined with a striking poppy brooch in the shape of a very special jewel gold plated with 18 karat inlaid glass, which is the symbol of the Royal British Legion charity.
The brooch is sold for charity on officialwebsite and may be purchased for just over 30 Euros. To end the day, Royal couple gathered at the Imperial War Museum for the launch of a fundraising campaign which end is the creation of new galleries that hold exhibitions of the First World War centennial time the conflict erupted in 1914.
Prince William insists that he and his wife, Catherine, are not preparing for life as parents after the Duchess of Cambridge was discovered on Thursday smiling enthusiastically to a newborn baby in a charity gala.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who was known asout of wedlock, amused herself with Hugo Eric Scott Vicary three weeks old a gala to celebrate the achievement of a polar explorer. Vic Vicary, the baby's father and one of the scouts, said Catherine had said that the "baby is very tender and looked at him with tenderness."
Although William charged after the small, denied the jokes of those who saw and said that he and his wife are training for parenthood. The couple, who celebrated his first wedding anniversary this weekend, made before a private visit to the headquarters of British intelligence agency MI6.