Going Wild For A Good Cause The Duke Of Cambridge And Ronnie Wood Brush Up On Their Conservation Work
HELLO! Magazine|September 24, 2018
Going Wild For A Good Cause The Duke Of Cambridge And Ronnie Wood Brush Up On Their Conservation Work

'You have been supporting the cause longer than me' Prince William to Ronnie Wood.

Emily Nash

The Duke of Cambridge caught up with rock royalty last week while coming face to face with a herd of colourful rhino sculptures.

Prince William chatted to Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally in the gardens of Kensington Palace as they admired the Tusk Rhino Trail, which aims to raise awareness of the “critical threat” the animals face from poachers.

Keen artist Ronnie has painted one of 21 rhino statues that will go on show across central London from 20 September. He showed the Duke a photo of his creation, sited in Carnaby Street and named Spike after a rhino he has adopted in Africa.

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September 24, 2018