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« Reply #1290 on: February 02, 2019, 07:08:35 PM »

Hasn't she learned enough? Oh, wait, it's all these idiots can do. Learn more! Smash the stigma! Take credit for lots of things professionals do and take away their resources! Yes, I really hate the bait and switch they pulled with HT.

At least it's two visits and not one half hour visit which is the norm here.

  A large Star for  your comments about HT.

Whenever I see "to find out more" or "to learn about", I think she could have done as much learning if they had sent her a detailed letter or their fund-raising brochure, and could have done that at home slouching around in her trackies.  She wouldn't have had to buy a new coat-dress or have her hair and makeup done and her suede shoes brushed and go through all the hassle of having people organise a trip for her and engage all the security people and drivers, etc. the way they do when she makes one of these fact-finding visits.  Finding out about what the organisations do is background research she - and all royals, I'm not just singling out Chutters here - should be doing BEFORE making the visits.   The visits should be about supporting the charities' work and advancing it, not learning about it.

I disagree. IMHO the background information would have already been presented already to (insert name of royal).  If I were to align myself with a patronage, then I want to be there to observe and watch even if this was  a "dog and pony" show event. Of course I would make discreet and unannounced  visits to gain more knowledge of what is happening could also be made at another time.   I would want to see the methodology being used and see how the clients- kids/teens/adults are responding to it. TBH I would want to see a lesson or a meeting struggle and how the therapists/teachers/aides cope with the situation.
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« Reply #1291 on: February 02, 2019, 10:19:07 PM »

Hasn't she learned enough? Oh, wait, it's all these idiots can do. Learn more! Smash the stigma! Take credit for lots of things professionals do and take away their resources! Yes, I really hate the bait and switch they pulled with HT.

At least it's two visits and not one half hour visit which is the norm here.

  A large Star for  your comments about HT.

Whenever I see "to find out more" or "to learn about", I think she could have done as much learning if they had sent her a detailed letter or their fund-raising brochure, and could have done that at home slouching around in her trackies.  She wouldn't have had to buy a new coat-dress or have her hair and makeup done and her suede shoes brushed and go through all the hassle of having people organise a trip for her and engage all the security people and drivers, etc. the way they do when she makes one of these fact-finding visits.  Finding out about what the organisations do is background research she - and all royals, I'm not just singling out Chutters here - should be doing BEFORE making the visits.   The visits should be about supporting the charities' work and advancing it, not learning about it.  

I don't read all the articles or see all the videos that are available but does she do/say anything at these visits beyond pretending to look interested when other people talk?

Like what type of questions does she ask? What type of comments does she make?


Also I believe she recently gave a speech, right? Was it any good delivery wise? She was kind of blah the last time I recall but then again she doesn't do it much at all so she barely has any chance to really improve.
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« Reply #1292 on: February 05, 2019, 07:08:06 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events

February 2019
1) Tuesday, February 5: The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two school visits:
• Her Royal Highness will first visit Lavender Primary School in support of  Place2Be's Childrens Mental Health Week 2019.The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
• The Duchess will then visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing.

2) Sunday, February 10:The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the BAFTAs  Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall

3) Wednesday, February 13: The Duchess of Cambridge will have a couple events:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
• As well as attend 100 Women Finance's Gala Dinner at the V&A Museum London in aid of Heads Together's legacy programme ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’
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« Reply #1293 on: February 07, 2019, 05:12:31 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events

February 2019
1) Tuesday, February 5: The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two school visits:
• Her Royal Highness will first visit Lavender Primary School in support of  Place2Be's Childrens Mental Health Week 2019.The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
• The Duchess will then visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing.

2) Wednesday, February 6: The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this evening held a Dinner at Buckingham Palace. [No photos]

3) Sunday, February 10:The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the BAFTAs  Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall

4) Wednesday, February 13: The Duchess of Cambridge will have a couple events:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
• As well as attend 100 Women Finance's Gala Dinner at the V&A Museum London in aid of Heads Together's legacy programme ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’
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« Reply #1294 on: February 19, 2019, 03:10:38 PM »

Hasn't she learned enough? Oh, wait, it's all these idiots can do. Learn more! Smash the stigma! Take credit for lots of things professionals do and take away their resources! Yes, I really hate the bait and switch they pulled with HT.

At least it's two visits and not one half hour visit which is the norm here.

  A large Star for  your comments about HT.

Whenever I see "to find out more" or "to learn about", I think she could have done as much learning if they had sent her a detailed letter or their fund-raising brochure, and could have done that at home slouching around in her trackies.  She wouldn't have had to buy a new coat-dress or have her hair and makeup done and her suede shoes brushed and go through all the hassle of having people organise a trip for her and engage all the security people and drivers, etc. the way they do when she makes one of these fact-finding visits.  Finding out about what the organisations do is background research she - and all royals, I'm not just singling out Chutters here - should be doing BEFORE making the visits.   The visits should be about supporting the charities' work and advancing it, not learning about it.  

I don't read all the articles or see all the videos that are available but does she do/say anything at these visits beyond pretending to look interested when other people talk?

Like what type of questions does she ask? What type of comments does she make?


Also I believe she recently gave a speech, right? Was it any good delivery wise? She was kind of blah the last time I recall but then again she doesn't do it much at all so she barely has any chance to really improve.
Sorry, but she has always been blah. If she is really smart, that has still to be proven.
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« Reply #1295 on: February 26, 2019, 06:54:33 PM »

William and Kate off to Blackpool next Wednesday:

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Blackpool on Wednesday 6th March, visiting a series of innovative projects that are focused on investment and regeneration, as well as learning how the resort is leading the way in tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today.

Their Royal Highnesses will first visit the iconic Blackpool Tower. In the surroundings of one of the UK’s most famous landmarks, The Duke and Duchess will join a roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway.

As Their Royal Highnesses depart Blackpool Tower they will spend time on ‘Comedy Carpet’ on the promenade to meet with members of the public gathered outside.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Blackpool Central Library where they will join two separate discussions focussing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.

The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, will discuss the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years.

The Duke will meet people affected by problems around mental health, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and meet people making a difference through the innovative work locally. He will also meet representatives of the emergency services and first responder community to learn more about how they are helping people with complex mental health needs.

For the final stop of the day, Their Royal Highnesses will visit Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from ‘A Better Start’. The park had previously been a known location for drug use, in an area of significant deprivation, yet is now a great example of how a long-term community led initiative can transform lives and provide new opportunities. In particular the park is helping young children experience gardening and the outdoors, as well as providing space and activities that allow parents, particularly men, to talk about mental health.
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« Reply #1296 on: February 26, 2019, 09:05:03 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events

February 2019
1) Tuesday, February 5: The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two school visits:
• Her Royal Highness will first visit Lavender Primary School in support of  Place2Be's Childrens Mental Health Week 2019.The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
• The Duchess will then visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing.

2) Wednesday, February 6: The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this evening held a Dinner at Buckingham Palace. [No photos]

3) Sunday, February 10:The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the BAFTAs  Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall

4) Wednesday, February 13: The Duchess of Cambridge will have a couple events:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
• As well as attend 100 Women Finance's Gala Dinner at the V&A Museum London in aid of Heads Together's legacy programme ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’

March 2019
1) Tuesday, March 5: The Duke & Duchess will attend the Queen’s reception marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

2) Wednesday, March 6: Kate and William travel to Blackpool:
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit the iconic Blackpool Tower and join a roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway.
•  Visit ‘Comedy Carpet’ on the promenade to meet with members of the public gathered outside.
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Blackpool Central Library where they will join two separate discussions focussing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.
• The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from ‘A Better Start’.

3) Monday, March 11: Annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

 
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« Reply #1297 on: February 27, 2019, 02:28:55 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events

February 2019
1) Tuesday, February 5: The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two school visits:
• Her Royal Highness will first visit Lavender Primary School in support of  Place2Be's Childrens Mental Health Week 2019.The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
• The Duchess will then visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing.

2) Wednesday, February 6: The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this evening held a Dinner at Buckingham Palace. [No photos]

3) Sunday, February 10:The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the BAFTAs  Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall

4) Wednesday, February 13: The Duchess of Cambridge will have a couple events:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
• As well as attend 100 Women Finance's Gala Dinner at the V&A Museum London in aid of Heads Together's legacy programme ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’

5) Wednesday, February 27: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Belfast, Fermanagh and Ballymena on a two day trip:
• Their Royal Highnesses will start the first day with a visit to Windsor Park football stadium, home of the Irish Football Association (IFA). The IFA run outreach programmes that benefit the mental and physical health of local communities. ‘Shooting Stars’ encourages young girls to play football and ‘Ahead of the Game’ works to support clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues
• In Fermanagh The Duke and Duchess will see the incredible work that the charity Extern is doing at their Roscor Youth Village, which is a residential activity centre for children referred to the charity by social workers or the Department of Justice.
• Ending the day back in Belfast at the iconic Empire Music Hall, Their Royal Highnesses will attend a party celebrating young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland.

6) Thursday, February 28:
• Day Two Northern Ireland Visit


March 2019
1) Tuesday, March 5: The Duke & Duchess will attend the Queen’s reception marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

2) Wednesday, March 6: Kate and William travel to Blackpool:
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit the iconic Blackpool Tower and join a roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway.
•  Visit ‘Comedy Carpet’ on the promenade to meet with members of the public gathered outside.
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Blackpool Central Library where they will join two separate discussions focussing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.
• The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from ‘A Better Start’.

3) Monday, March 11: Annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.
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« Reply #1298 on: February 28, 2019, 06:37:06 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events

February 2019
1) Tuesday, February 5: The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two school visits:
• Her Royal Highness will first visit Lavender Primary School in support of  Place2Be's Childrens Mental Health Week 2019.The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
• The Duchess will then visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing.

2) Wednesday, February 6: The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this evening held a Dinner at Buckingham Palace. [No photos]

3) Sunday, February 10:The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the BAFTAs  Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall

4) Wednesday, February 13: The Duchess of Cambridge will have a couple events:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
• As well as attend 100 Women Finance's Gala Dinner at the V&A Museum London in aid of Heads Together's legacy programme ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’

5) Wednesday, February 27: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Belfast, Fermanagh and Ballymena on a two day trip:
• Their Royal Highnesses will start the first day with a visit to Windsor Park football stadium, home of the Irish Football Association (IFA). The IFA run outreach programmes that benefit the mental and physical health of local communities. ‘Shooting Stars’ encourages young girls to play football and ‘Ahead of the Game’ works to support clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues
• In Fermanagh The Duke and Duchess will see the incredible work that the charity Extern is doing at their Roscor Youth Village, which is a residential activity centre for children referred to the charity by social workers or the Department of Justice.
• Ending the day back in Belfast at the iconic Empire Music Hall, Their Royal Highnesses will attend a party celebrating young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland.

6) Thursday, February 28: Day Two Northern Ireland Visit
• Their Royal Highnesses will begin the day by meeting privately with officers and staff from the Police Service in Northern Ireland to hear about the unique challenges they face.
• At the Braid Arts Centre Their Royal Highnesses will visit the charity Cinemagic, who have used film, television and digital technologies to engage with over 500,000 young people.
• Their final engagement of the day will be at Sure Start, a programme that supports parents with children aged under four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland.


March 2019
1) Tuesday, March 5: The Duke & Duchess will attend the Queen’s reception marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

2) Wednesday, March 6: Kate and William travel to Blackpool:
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit the iconic Blackpool Tower and join a roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway.
•  Visit ‘Comedy Carpet’ on the promenade to meet with members of the public gathered outside.
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Blackpool Central Library where they will join two separate discussions focussing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.
• The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.
• Their Royal Highnesses will visit Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from ‘A Better Start’.

3) Monday, March 11: Annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

4) Sunday, March 17: Annual St. Patrick’s Day Ceremony passing out shamrocks to the Irish Guards
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« Reply #1299 on: March 07, 2019, 12:34:32 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events
February 2019 Total: 6 days / 12 events

March 2019
1) Tuesday, March 5: The Duke & Duchess will attend the Queen’s reception marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

2) Wednesday, March 6: Kate and William travel to Blackpool:
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this morning visited Blackpool Tower, Promenade, Blackpool, and attended a discussion on the challenges and opportunities in the town, and were received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashir.
•  Their Royal Highnesses afterwards visited two properties in Kirby Road, Blackpool, to see the efforts being made to improve the quality of housing in the town.
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this afternoon attended Roundtable Meetings on community-led programmes at Blackpool Library, Queen Street, Blackpool.
• The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.
• Their Royal Highnesses later visited a Blackpool Better Start programme at Revoe Park, Blackpool.

3) Monday, March 11: Annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

4) Sunday, March 17: Annual St. Patrick’s Day Ceremony passing out shamrocks to the Irish Guards. Assumed attendance.
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« Reply #1300 on: March 07, 2019, 04:23:35 PM »

New event for Kate on March 19 with the Queen! On 19 March, Her Majesty the Queen, Patron, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, will open Bush House, King’s College London.
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« Reply #1301 on: March 08, 2019, 09:15:19 AM »

New event for Kate on March 19 with the Queen! On 19 March, Her Majesty the Queen, Patron, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, will open Bush House, King’s College London.

I wonder if she'll wear a hat...
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« Reply #1302 on: March 08, 2019, 12:41:59 PM »

New event for Kate on March 19 with the Queen! On 19 March, Her Majesty the Queen, Patron, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, will open Bush House, King’s College London.

I wonder if she'll wear a hat...

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2 engagements announced for Kate for March 12. A visit to the Henry Fawcett Centre and attending a portrait gala.
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« Reply #1303 on: March 08, 2019, 01:25:41 PM »

New event for Kate on March 19 with the Queen! On 19 March, Her Majesty the Queen, Patron, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, will open Bush House, King’s College London.

I wonder if she'll wear a hat...

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2 engagements announced for Kate for March 12. A visit to the Henry Fawcett Centre and attending a portrait gala.

Could she work more? Yes. Is she working more? Definitely.

Besides, it's smart to go to the NPG gala. Museums are struggling for cash and having her there will probably loosen the purse straps of the NPG's major donors.
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« Reply #1304 on: March 08, 2019, 01:43:45 PM »

2019
January 2019 Total: 6 days / 7 events
February 2019 Total: 6 days / 12 events

March 2019
1) Tuesday, March 5: The Duke & Duchess will attend the Queen’s reception marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

2) Wednesday, March 6: Kate and William travel to Blackpool:
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this morning visited Blackpool Tower, Promenade, Blackpool, and attended a discussion on the challenges and opportunities in the town, and were received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashir.
•  Their Royal Highnesses afterwards visited two properties in Kirby Road, Blackpool, to see the efforts being made to improve the quality of housing in the town.
• The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this afternoon attended Roundtable Meetings on community-led programmes at Blackpool Library, Queen Street, Blackpool.
• The Duchess will continue her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents.
• Their Royal Highnesses later visited a Blackpool Better Start programme at Revoe Park, Blackpool.

3) Monday, March 11: Annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

4) Tuesday, March 12: Two events announced:
• The Duchess of Cambridge will visit the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre
• The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, will attend the 2019 NPGLondon Portrait Gala.


5) Sunday, March 17: Annual St. Patrick’s Day Ceremony passing out shamrocks to the Irish Guards. Assumed attendance.

6)Tuesday, March 19: Her Majesty the Queen, Patron, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, will open Bush House, King’s College London.

Thank you Larla  Thumb up Champagne
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