On Thursday evening, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were supposed to attend the Tusk Conservation Awards at the Empire Cinema in Leicester Square before joining a reception at the National Portrait Gallery.
But in the afternoon the news came out that The Duchess will have to cancel her appearance due to her children. Later on, it was reported that one of the kid was not feeling well and there was no babysitter for the evening so Catherine had to cancel. As per the Hello,
Kensington Palace said, “The Duchess was no longer able to go to the event “due to the children” but would still meet finalists at a tea at Kensington Palace on Thursday afternoon. “
Due to the change of the events, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a reception at the Kensington Palace for the nominees and finalists.
We have to move faster and more effectively to find ways to balance our demands on this planet 🌍 with the nature 🐘 we share it with. #TuskAwards #ForAllTheyDo pic.twitter.com/cAEYY4hLJ4
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 22, 2019
Prince William became The Royal Patron of Tusk in December 2005. The Duke has actively supported the charity’s work both privately and publicly on many occasions and last visited Tusk projects in Namibia and Tanzania in 2018.
For almost 30 years, Tusk has pioneered successful conservation action in Africa by protecting wildlife, empowering communities and advancing the frontline in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade. The annual Tusk Conservation Awards celebrate the achievements of extraordinary people, whose work protecting Africa’s natural heritage might otherwise go unnoticed outside their fields.
The Duke of Cambridge presented three awards before delivering a short speech. The Tusk Award for Conservation is given to an emerging leader in conservation in recognition of their contribution to date. The Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award recognises the dedication and bravery of rangers working to protect Africa’s increasingly threatened wildlife. The Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa is a lifetime achievement award which commends outstanding dedication and contribution to conservation.
For the Palace reception, The Duchess of Cmbridge brought back her Beulah London Yahvi Tailored Midi Dress that she first wore during a visit to Family Action in January 2019 to launch Family Line.
The dress is available on Beulah London’s online store for £550.
The Duchess of Cambridge topped the dress with Emilia Wickstead Rectangular Buckle Woven Belt that she wore with her Emilia Wickstead Blue Kate Dress in November 2019 at the launch of the National Emergencies Trust.
Catherine paired the dress with her UFO Hoop Earrings that she wore during a visit to the Scouts’ headquarters at Gilwell Park in March 2019.
The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing her Gianvito Rossi Suede Gianvito 85 Pumps.
We last saw The Duchess of Cambridge on Monday at the Royal Variety Performance and we do not have any scheduled engagement for Duchess of Cambridge yet.
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