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Showing some love to local school children, Prince William took a tour of The Library of Birmingham in Birmingham, England on Friday (November 29).
The Duke of Cambridge received a warm welcome from the staff and nearby residents as he toured the facility, stopping to pose for pictures along the way.
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It was a once in a lifetime opportunity, and on Tuesday (November 26), Taylor Swift took the stage with Prince William and Jon Bon Jovi at the Winter White Gala in London.
The trio belted out Bon Jovi’s hit "Livin' On a Prayer" in front of an enthusiastic audience at Kensington Palace.
Teaming up to lend their support to conservation efforts, Prince William and Prince Charles attended United for Wildlife meeting at the Zoological Society of London on Tuesday (November 26).
The Duke of Cambridge currently serves as President of United for Wildlife, a collaboration of seven of the largest global Conservation organizations.
Giving back to the community, Prince William stopped by the Centrepoint Support Center in England on Friday (November 22).
During his visit, the Duke of Cambridge helped the staff with a cooking lesson, getting his hands dirty by rolling up some dough.
He’s usually pretty busy with all of his Royal duties, but even Prince William needs an outlet to help him wind down.
During his appearance at the BAFTA Give Something Back campaign launch, the Duke of Cambridge had a chance to sample the new Playstation 4 game console, and it turns out he’s a fan.
They’re always up to something exciting, and this morning (November 19) Prince William and Kate Middleton showed up at the London offices of the UK charity Only Connect.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge snagged a sitter for Prince George before meeting with representatives of crime prevention charities who work with young offenders.
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He’s always looking for ways to use his celebrity for a good cause, and earlier today (November 18) Prince William launched the BAFTA “Give Something Back” initiative in London, England.
The Duke of Cambridge had a blast with fellow activists at the BAFTA offices, trying his hand at a video game before addressing the press.