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Brunilde Fioravanti
Октября 24, 2020

No, they were taking part in something for Pride of Britain on ITV on November 1.

"One year on from #RoyalVisitPakistan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge caught up with teachers at Islamabad Model College for Girls to hear how the school's activities have been impacted, before joining pupils in a game of Pictionary Artist palette", the official press release stated.

She continued: "They look like they're blanking me, I actually just sort of followed them for the day".

"I did, we were talking about it, her new [look] and it is fabulously glossy in person, I can report". Then, they stopped by St. Bartholomew's Hospital to speak with Joyce Duah, a pharmacist whose photograph was selected for the exhibition, and her colleagues Amelia Chowdhury and Dipal Samuel, who appear in the winning image.

The Pride of Britain award ceremonies are usually held in a hotel in London, with a star-studded red carpet before the prizes are given out.

However the usual ceremony can not take place this year because of the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing restrictions on public gatherings.

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) step out for their event to mark the launch of the nationwide "Hold Still" community photography project on Tuesday (October 20) in London, England.

The collection of 100 images, which show life in the United Kingdom during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, will be displayed on billboards and posters across the country.

The tale tickled William who laughed as he said: "Oh, that's great! Love it. That's brilliant".

The image was called All In This Together.

Kate Middleton has received flak for flaying royal tradition in an outing she made recently. It had such an impact - it captured the moment, it was a look behind the scenes.

The images will be displayed around the country, and all 100 portraits will feature in a special exhibition hosted by the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

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