Prince William

  • Prince William welcomes Princess Diana interview inquiry
    LONDON, November 19 (Reuters): Britain's Prince William has welcomed a new investigation into how the BBC secured a famous 1995 interview with his mother Princess Diana after accusations that she had been tricked into taking part. The new inquiry led by a former Supreme Court justice will focus on how the broadcaster obtained the interview and whether executives covered up any wrongdoing. "The independent investigation is a step in the right direction," William
  • Prince William launches global environment prize
    LONDON, October 8 (Reuters) - Britain's Prince William will on Thursday launch a multi-million-pound global prize aimed at solving some of the world's greatest environmental problems. The Earthshot Prize will award five one-million-pound ($1.29-million) prizes each year for the next 10 years under the categories of protecting and restoring nature, cleaner air, reviving oceans, waste-reduction and climate change. Nominations open on Nov. 1 ahead of the first awards ceremon
  • Prince William, wife Kate join Attenborough after film screening
    Britain’s royal family have released pictures of Prince William, wife Kate and their three children joining the naturalist David Attenborough in the gardens of Kensington Palace. The photographs were taken earlier this week after the 94-year-old broadcaster joined Prince William, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and second-in-line to the throne, to watch an outdoor screening of Attenborough’s upcoming film. The film, “David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet,&rd
  • UK's Prince William calls for end of illegal wildlife trade amid coronavirus crisis
    LONDON, July 15 (Reuters): Britain's Prince William called for the illegal wildlife trade to come to an end, saying that the coronavirus pandemic had helped highlight the dangers it poses to public health and urging groups to work together to stop it.   Speaking to a virtual meeting of the United for Wildlife Taskforces and conservation organisations, Queen Elizabeth's grandson said the timing was right for governments, organisations and law enforcement to act.