Prince William visits youth charity as Royals keep quiet about Prince Harry’s memoirs
Prince William continue in mother on her brother Prince Harry‘S best selling memoirs Preventive during his recent solo appearance at a youth charity.
On Tuesday, the Prince of Wales visited Together as One, a charity in Slough set up in the mid-’90s to deal with gang violence between young people of different Asian backgrounds. in the area. From those disputes, Together as One was formed as a conflict resolution group led by young people for young people. During a stopover at the organization located just a few miles from his home in Windsor, William helped celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary by attending the charity’s Global Grub cooking lessons with some teenagers there, serving pasta dishes. The course aims to educate young people on how to cook nutritious and healthy food while saving money.
The Royal Family also met with current staff and former volunteers to learn more about the different types of charities Together as One is involved in. They discussed how the organization helps these young people solve problems, resolve conflicts, challenge stereotypes, and contribute to a healthy mind. , social support each other. He was also introduced to the local Slough Young Carers, a group of volunteers founded in 2014 that includes people who want to use their life experiences to help other young people in the area. According to Prince William’s office at Kensington Palace, SYC’s goal is to improve the health and resilience of every child care worker. They also hold awareness sessions at area schools to help identify youth careers and ensure that they can access the support they need. Before leaving, William also spoke with a number of young volunteers who have led major initiatives in Slough, such as providing clothing and meals to the homeless, transporting act against violence against women and girls, and train peers in how to resolve school conflicts nonviolently.
This official outing comes as the royal family remains silent about the release of Prince Harry’s memoirs. Last week, William and his wife Princess Kate ignore questions from reporters about the book as they stepped out of their first official event of the year, visiting the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital. According to sources, the royal family is said to have been shocked at the extent to which the family’s private conversations and details were revealed in its book. In reality, William is said to be very angry that he couldn’t even talk to his brother. King Charlesmeanwhile, is said to be “deeply traumatized”, according to a family friend who spoke with Vanity Fair. The same insider added that Queen Camilla “astonished” by Harry’s allegations that she has spread stories in the press to restore her own image at the expense of him and Meghan.
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