Cambridges OF CLIMATE
New Zealand Woman's Weekly|November 1 2021
William and Kate roll out the green carpet for their inaugural awards

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge organised the star-studded event, but the planet was the main talking point at the Earthshot Prize Awards in London last week.

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