On the 30th of October 2017, William attended the Pride of Britain Awards. William was here to present awards to the emergency Services and two Special Recognition Awards. Previous years, Williams father, Prince Charles attended these awards. Before the awards, William met with some of the winners, including a four year old girl. Who called knew to call 999 in time of need. When William heard her story, he decided to tell George about the emergency services and who to call if he ever needed to. William then presented an award to the Grenfell Firefighters with the Emergency Services Award to recognise their bravery. Finally William presented a recognition award to Manchester medics and was joined on stage by some victims of the terror attack. The full awards will be broadcast on TV on the 7th of November on ITV.
#on the 31st of October 2017, Kate attended her first solo engagement since the news of her third pregnancy back in September. Taking over from the Queen as patron of Lawn Tennis Association, she visited the National Tennis Centre, to find out more abut their work. The association goal is to get ore people playing tennis. Kate first joined children on court one, to see their training. Then she joined in with some of the children, to see how Tennis for kids is helping them and also to get tips on how to get George playing tennis properly, not just wanting to whack the ball. Kate then met with Paralympic medallist, Alfie Hewett. Where she was given a demonstration on his wheelchair tennis skills. Next Kate was given a talk on what it takes to become the next tennis champion.
What Kate wore
Kate wore the PlayBrave Sports, Clarice Track Jacket, which retails for £129
She wore the Tuxedo Track Pants from Montreal
She wore a pair of new Shoes from Nike, The Nike Air VaporMax Flyknite
Kate wore her Kiki Grace earrings