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The Duke of Cambridge's speech at the Tusk Awards, London

25th November 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is a matter of great personal pride for me that these awards, which bear my name, are now in their second year.  I can't tell you how grateful I am that you are all here to support them – it means a lot to me that this passion of mine, which Tusk exemplifies, is shared…

A speech by Prince Harry at the Sentebale Polo Cup, Abu Dhabi

20th November 2014

Thank you Prince Seeiso.  Salam Al-Akyum. Good evening ladies and gentlemen.As you have heard from Prince Seeiso, thousands of children’s lives are shattered by the loss of one or both parents to AIDS related illnesses and poverty everyday. They are left alone, orphaned, possibly living…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales during his visit to the St. Yeghichè Armenian Church, London

19th November 2014

Your Eminence, Bishop, and Ladies and Gentlemen. Before I leave this wonderful Church I particularly wanted to thank Bishop Vahan for this really exquisite icon, I will treasure it for the rest of my life and I am hugely grateful.  It will be a very special memento to my visit to you all here today…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales to announce the naming of the Royal Drawing School

19th November 2014

In establishing the School, it was our hope that we could provide a space in which expert teachers could help our students to see the world with greater clarity and sensitivity, whether that vision was ultimately expressed through painting, sculpture, illustration, animation, film or design. It is my…

A speech by HRH Prince Harry at RAF Honington

13th November 2014

26 Squadron has earned a distinguished reputation amongst the United Kingdom's Armed Forces since its incarnation in 1951. Consistent with the origins of the RAF Regiment, 26 Squadron was formed as a Ground Based Air Defence unit; a role that the squadron fulfilled until it was disbanded in 2008.