The Duchess of Cambridge is attending the 2019 100 Women in Finance gala dinner at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London tonight in aid of the Duchess’ programme Mentally Healthy Schools. The Duchess is patron of 100 Women in Finance’ Philanthropic Initiatives with her husband and the Duke of Sussex. 100 Women in Finance, previously called 100 Women in Hedge Fund, is a leading non-profit organisation for professionals in the alternative investments industry.
Upon arrival, the Duchess posed for a photograph with Amanda Pullinger, Chief Executive of 100 Women in Finance, and Lauren Malafronte, Chair of 100 Women in Finance Association Board.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are attending a special gala performance of ‘The Wider Earth’ tonight in support of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and the production’s official charitable partner the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. The gala is held at the Natural History Museum in London.
The Duke of Sussex is President of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, which uses its network, platform and experience to enable young leaders to realise their dreams and hopes for the future. The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy a unique network of forest conservation initiatives that marks Her Majesty The Queen’s service to the Commonwealth, and conserves indigenous forests across the globe. Both the Duke and the Duchess have worked for this network in the past, often dedicating new forests to the network on foreign tours.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are attending the 2019 BAFTA Award Ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London tonight.The BAFTA Awards Ceremony has become an annual event on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s calendar in the recent years. The glittering BAFTA Awards is a star-studded celebration of achievements in film of the year. It is considered one of the biggest nights on the entertainment calendar in the world. They have been awarded every year since 1948 by BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts). The Duke has been President of BAFTA since 2010 and has attended the event several times in the past on his own. The couple attended the event for the first time together in 2017. Check out their previous appearances together in this blog post.
The Award Ceremony is held every year in February. The Royal Albert Hall has been the venue for the glittering festivities since 2017. Before that, the event was held at Odeon Leicester Square cinema in London (until 2008) and the Royal Opera House (2008-2016).
The Duke and Duchess entered the Royal Albert Hall shortly before the ceremony started.
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The BAFTA Awards Ceremony has become an annual event on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s calendar in the recent years. The glittering BAFTA Awards is a star-studded celebration of achievements in film of the year. It is considered one of the biggest nights on the entertainment calendar in the world. They have been awarded every year since 1948 by BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts). The
The Award Ceremony is held every year in February. The Royal Albert Hall has been the venue for the glittering festivities since 2017. Before that, the event was held at Odeon Leicester Square cinema in London (until 2008) and the Royal Opera House (2008-2016). The Duke has been President of BAFTA since 2010 and has attended the event several times in the past. The couple attended the event for the first time together in 2017.
12 February 2017 – The First Time together at the 70th Award Ceremony
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The Duke and Duchess attended the BAFTA Award Ceremony for the very first time in 2017, when the Awards were awarded for the 70th time. The Duchess looked stunning in a gorgeous off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen black gown with floral print and tiered skirt. A gorgeous updo and big dazzling statement earrings finished the look. The big winner of the night was La La Land.
18 February 2018 – Time’s Up & Emerald jewels
In the lead up to the 71st BAFTA Award Ceremony, tensions were running high on whether the Duchess would follow many female celebirties in wearing black for the event in support of the Time’s Up movement (most actresses wore black for the event). However, the Duchess choose to wear a dark green Jenny Packham gown with a black sash, which is thought to be a subtle nod to Time’s Up. The Royal family has a strict policy of avoiding anything which could be construed as a political statement. Whatever she chose to wear to the event was going to be the topic of headlines and conversation. It was felt the subdued green with black accessories was the best compromise. She finished her look with stunning jewels from an emerald and diamond set. The movie Three Billboards was the big winner, taking home five awards, including Best film, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. The full post on the 71st BAFTA Award Ceremony can be read here.
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There was no news on the Cambridge family in the past two weeks.
Note: Candid photographs were taken from the Duchess earlier this week in London when she was arriving at her sister’s house to celebrate their mother’s birthday. These photographs will not be published on this blog.
On 22 January, the Duchess of Cambridge visited Family Action in South London today to launch their new helpline Family Line. Family Line is a confidential helpline for families to talk about problems they find difficult to discuss together. The charity works to tackle some of the most complex and difficult issues facing families today. More on the engagement can be read here.
The Duke was in Switzerland on the same day attend the World Economic Forum in Davos. He first received Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of World Economic Forum and then attended a Meeting on Global Governance. HRH also received Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand
The Duke interviewed Sir David Attenborough and attended a Screening of Sir David Attenborough’s new documentary series, “Our Planet”. The full interview can be viewed below. The pair discussed Sir David’s work highlighting the importance of the natural world and the urgent challenges facing the next generation of environmental leaders.
During the second day of his visit Attend World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland the Duke received Mr. Al Gore, former vice-president of the USA to discuss the urgent work needed to address global environmental challenges. He furthermore attended a meeting on the illegal wildlife trade and spoke on a Mental Health panel.
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