Tim Cook got a royal welcome.
19.09.2023 - 23:23 / ok.co.uk
Prince William has admitted that he secretly embarked on a jog around Central Park on his visit to New York City for the Earthshot Prize this week.
The Prince of Wales hailed the “inspiration and optimism” of the 2023 Earthshot Prize finalists unveiled in New York William, who is married to Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, who launched the £50 million award to encourage and support the fight against environmental challenges, said: “It’s gone better than I’d hoped”, but there was “still a lot of work to do”. Speaking during a Q&A session at the Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit that launched the 15 innovative finalists, the future king, who is said to have a new and "personal approach" to the monarchy, said: “As we’ve seen today, the Earthshot winners and the finalists bring that inspiration and optimism.
“And I think we’ve got to hang onto optimism and hope because it is the biggest driver of change, it is the biggest driver of innovation.” William said: “… an important part of the Prize’s designs and development is not just to provide the solutions, but it’s the factor to make people believe there is hope, and there are people out there doing incredible things that will have a massive impact on our futures.” The Earthshot Prize aims to discover and scale up groundbreaking solutions to repair the planet and £1 million in prize money will be presented to the winners in five categories, or Earthshots – Protect and restore nature; Clean our air; Revive our oceans; Build a waste-free world; and Fix our climate. Among the finalists is Sea Forest, from Australia, which has developed a seaweed-based livestock feed to reduce the planet warming methane emissions from cattle and sheep; while ENSO, a British based company, has.
Tim Cook got a royal welcome.
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Shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared in Germany for the Invictus Games, it was the Prince and Princess of Wales' time to shine as they had a busy week of a trip abroad and high profile solo engagements. As Prince William touched down in New York for the first Earthshot Prize Awards Summit, he made his passions for the United States clear with a comment posted on the couple’s social media, which read: “It’s so good to be back in the United States.
Hot on the heels of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Invictus Games in Germany, it was the Prince of and Princess of Wales’ turn to shine. While Kate stepped out for important engagements in the UK, William jetted across ‘the pond’ for the Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit in New York, armed with his ambitious goal to save the planet via the ten-year project. But there was heartache behind William’s heroism, arriving on Prince Harry’s adopted US ‘home turf’ amid no sign of a reconciliation between the two brothers.
The Prince of Wales travelled to New York this week to unveil the fifteen finalists for the third annual Earthshot Prize.The awards ceremony will take place later this year in Singapore on November 7. Prince William's trip across the pond came after he was crowned the most popular public figure in the US, beating out the likes of Ukraine's President Zelensky, former President Donald Trump and King Charles.
King Charles, Prince William and Prince George — made its debut.“The royal couple suspected that the entire institution was conspiring against them. As they saw it, the evidence was all around them.
Prince William felt ‘nervous’ during his solo trip to New York and seemed less sure of himself without Kate Middleton around, an expert claimed. The Prince of Wales, 41, travelled to the US this week for the unveiling of the finalists for the 2023 Earthshot Prize - an environmental award set up by the future king.
Who knew a Royal could get away with no paparazzi in one of the biggest cities in the world?
Prince William has landed in America to unveil this year's Earthshot Prize finalists later this week.
Prince William is currently on his first official solo visit to New York but while his devoted wife Kate Middleton is often on his arm during royal trips, this time she chose to stay at home for a very understandable reason.
Prince William is on a solo trip to the United States, and some fans are wondering where Princess Catherine (aka Kate Middleton) is at.
a lot of oysters. Prince William, 41, touched down in New York City on Monday for a solo visit — leaving behind his wife, Kate Middleton, 41 — and declared that it was “so good to be back in the United States.” Then he got his feet wet — literally — during a visit to Governor’s Island.Arriving there straight from Newark Airport, the Prince of Wales donned waders, a neon orange life vest and a pair of bright yellow gloves to meet with the Billion Oyster Project (BOP), a nonprofit working to help restore oyster reefs to New York Harbor.
While last week proved to be the first time in many weeks that the public saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex together at the Invictus Games following weeks of speculation about their marriage, the Prince and Princess of Wales also delighted royal fans with their antics during a joint engagement in Hereford.The visit on Thursday provided ample opportunities for the couple to share in their specialist interests of early years development, mental health and the environment.They visited the British Army garrison Sterling Lines in Hereford and met with SAS families, before travelling onto Madley Primary School’s Forest School and an organisation called We Are Farming Minds, both of which are partners of The Duchy of Cornwall. The royal couple - who recently left little doubt that they intend to secure their future as a forward-thinking, savvy brand by advertising for a CEO - enjoyed interesting activities during the day.
A usually stoic Prince Harry became visibly moved when he told veterans at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games they "shouldn't feel lost without a uniform" - three years after he was stripped of his military titles. He made the touching remarks during his emotional speech at the closing ceremony in Düsseldorf, Germany, watched by wife Meghan Markle in the audience.The Duke of Sussex told the crowd - made up of veterans from the competing nations - that they had shown him that "joy can emerge from struggle", and offered them a words of comfort about their military uniforms.
The drama between Princes William and Harry has been ongoing for a few years now but fans still remember the moment the brothers put their differences to the side and joined forces in the wake of the death of their late grandmother, the Queen.
The Prince of Wales has spoken of enjoying the opening matches of the Rugby World Cup as he visited Bordeaux to watch Wales’s Pool C fixture against Fiji. William, patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, was greeted by RWC director Gareth Davies, venue director Paul Couet-Lannes and WRU president Gerald Davies after arriving at Stade de Bordeaux.
Prince William will be touching down in New York City on Monday but don’t expect to see a royal media blitz.
Prince Harry has returned to the UK where a meeting with his older brother Prince William "would be possible" if either of them wanted to make it happen, a royal expert said. The Duke of Sussex returned to the UK from his Montecito home in California where he now resides with his wife Meghan Markle and their children, to attend The WellChild Awards event on Thursday, 7 September. He has been a Patron of the national charity for sick children, WellChild for the past 15 years and will present the Award for Inspirational Child and deliver a speech.
Prince Harry sees the US as "home" but "cares about his UK family" and would like his children to spend time with their cousins, a royal expert said.The Duke of Sussex moved to California with his wife Meghan Markle and her native in 2020 shortly after announcing they were stepping back from their roles as working royals - the couple have remained in the US ever since.They have made several return trips back to the UK for events such as the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and funeral last year, while Harry attended his father's Coronation solo earlier this year.They currently reside in Montecito - a town in California - and have not expressed any wishes to return to the UK as Harry now sees the US as "home", royal expert Jennie Bond exclusively told OK! Before attending this year's Invictus Games in Germany, Düsseldorf, Harry returned to the UK to attend The WellChild Awards event, which was expected to be a "brief visit".Talking about Harry's life in the US away from his family, the journalist and TV presenter said: "Harry is on record as saying that he now regards the United States as home. "I’m sure he must miss many of his friends here.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have released a heartfelt statement about how they all miss the late Queen on the first anniversary of her death. William and Kate, both 41, paid tribute to the Queen by posting pictures of the late monarch on Instagram, including one showing the Queen with her great-grandchildren at her beloved Balmoral, with a touching caption.The couple have joined a flurry of royal family members to make social media tributes to the late Queen, who was the longest-serving monarch in British royal history, on the poignant day.