The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will pick up right where they left off come mid-September, nearly two months after the birth of their son, Prince George.
The Daily Mail confirmed that the royal couple will attend the Tusk Conservation Awards on the 12th as guests of honor. Prince William is a patron of the Tusk Trust, which is putting on the event to honor those who work to preserve wildlife.
Kensington Palace stated that this was a “long-standing” engagement in William and Catherine’s diary. Prior to awards ceremony, the Duke and Duchess will hold a reception for the nominees.
What will Catherine wear? Methinks she may repeat that gorgeous forest green Alexander McQueen gown we first saw last December at the BBC Sports Awards. And, according to What Kate Wore, Tiffany and Co. will sponsor the awards. One hopes the Duchess will skip the austerity measures and drape herself in the finest of (conflict-free) diamonds and such.
On September 19th, CNN will air an exclusive interview with Prince William on his life as a new dad and his passion for preserving African wildlife. Max Foster sat down with the Duke, who spoke about his hope that Prince George will enjoy the same Africa that he and Prince Harry enjoyed with Prince Charles.
Prince William’s Passion: New Father, New Hope will air on September 15th at 10pm ET. A portion of Foster’s interview with the Duke will air on CNN’s New Day August 19th at 8am ET.