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Prince Charles appoints Amal as global youth leader for the Prince's Trust

Post by party animal - not! on Fri 15 Mar 2019, 12:02



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Post by annemarie on Fri 15 Mar 2019, 12:13

[size=34]Amal Clooney joins Prince's Trust charity as a figurehead for the first global youth campaign... with Prince Charles finding her 'deeply impressive'[/size]

By JOANNA CRAWLEY FOR MAILONLINE and REBECCA ENGLISH ROYAL CORRESPONDENT
PUBLISHED: 21:58 EDT, 14 March 2019 | UPDATED: 22:39 EDT, 14 March 2019

     




She's a powerful international lawyer who brings added glamour to proceedings as the wife of a Hollywood star.
Now Amal Clooney has added another string to her bow, joining Prince Charles to launch an initiative for the global arm of his Prince's Trust charity.
Charles, who dined with the human rights barrister and her husband George, 57, at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, is said to find Amal, 41, 'deeply impressive'. 
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Impressive: Amal Clooney has added another string to her bow, joining Prince Charles to launch an initiative for the global arm of his Prince's Trust charity 
It is understood that she is set to be the figurehead for the first global youth campaign for Prince’s Trust International – which may even be named after her.

A source told the Daily Mail: 'Amal is seen as a real role model.'


On Thursday, the mother-of-two dazzled in an off-the-shoulder satin blue gown – nipped in with a sash – at the People’s Postcode Lottery Charity Gala in Edinburgh, as the Clooneys collected an award for their humanitarian work.  
It comes after Amal and George were the guests of honour as Prince Charles hosted a dinner at Buckingham Palace to celebrate his Prince's Trust on Tuesday night.
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Royal connections: Charles, who dined with the human rights barrister and her husband George, 57, at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, is said to find Amal, 41, 'deeply impressive'
Human rights lawyer Amal dazzled in a draped white gown as she joined her Hollywood actor husband alongside other donors, supporters and ambassadors of Prince's Trust International. 
It comes weeks after Mrs Clooney helped celebrate close friend Meghan's baby shower in New York City - and paid for her private jet back to the UK. 
The Duchess of Sussex was flown home in a $43million private Gulfstream G450 private jet  laid on by George and Amal hours after she was thrown a lavish baby shower by her closest friends.
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Wow: It is understood that she is set to be the figurehead for the first global youth campaign for Prince’s Trust International – which may even be named after her 
Amal was every inch the star in her strapless white silk dress, with sash detail to highlight her trim waist.
A flowing one-shouldered cape added a dramatic twist to the elegant design, while a pop of sparkle came from a glittering gold sleeve.
She accessorised with a chic gold box clutch, and side-swept her long locks into voluminous curls. 




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Joining her dapper husband, who looked smart in a tuxedo, Amal shared an animated conversation with HRH Prince Charles. 
Amal and George are of course well affiliated with the royals, with the lawyer a close friend of the Duchess of Sussex.
Both Amal and George attended the royal wedding last year, while Amal co-hosted Meghan's baby shower in New York last month. 
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Looking good: Joining the pair was American actor Josh Hartnett, 40, who cut a dapper figure in a red velvet blazer as he posed next to his partner St Trinian's actress, Tamsin Egerton, 30
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Famous faces: The stylish couple were joined at the event by actors Benedict Cumberbatch (left of Amal), Chiwetel Ejiofor (far right), and Luke Evans (pictured next to Tamsin)



Her American actor husband ensured he kept up with his glamorous wife, looking effortlessly charming in a double-breasted black formal tuxedo, teamed with a matching bow tie.
The stylish couple were joined at the event by actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Luke Evans, who both appeared in their finery for the royal event.
Joining the pair was American actor Josh Hartnett, 40, who cut a dapper figure in a red velvet blazer as he posed next to his partner St Trinian's actress, Tamsin Egerton, 30.
The blonde bombshell stunned in a midnight blue dress and shimmering gold heels while at the star-studded event.
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Beaming: Luke Evans shared a laugh and a smile with the royal as they spoke at the event
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Listening to every word! Benedict Cumberbatch spoke with Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
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All smiles: Chiwetel Ejiofor shook hands with Prince Charles as the two chatted at the occasion
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Post by party animal - not! on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 10:46


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Post by annemarie on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 12:28

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[size=52]Prince’s Trust International launches ‘Amal Clooney Award’ celebrating the achievements of young women[/size]


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Published 16 March 2019

[size=30]Human rights lawyer accepts invitation from Prince’s Trust International to support new accolade[/size]

Prince’s Trust International has launched a new global award celebrating the achievements of inspirational young women around the world.
The Amal Clooney Award will highlight the work of young women who have succeeded against the odds to make a lasting difference in their communities. Amal will personally select one young winner to be presented with the award a year from now, in 2020.
The award will shine a light on the unsung heroes who are the driving force behind initiatives that are helping their communities to thrive. These could include anything from sustainable farming schemes, to community projects in refugee camps, to rebuild-work in war zones.
Amal Clooney says: “I am honoured to have been invited by Prince’s Trust International to participate in this global initiative celebrating young women who are change-makers in their communities. It is a privilege to be able to play a part in a project that will draw attention to incredible young women who are the future leaders of our world”.
Prince’s Trust International and the network of Prince’s Trust charities in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will all encourage the search for young women whose work, whether official or unofficial, has made a significant impact on their communities. The Amal Clooney Award is open to any young woman between 11 and 30 and is open to both those who have and have not been beneficiaries of The Prince’s Trust Group.  More information can be found at [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Prince’s Trust International is committed to helping young people of any background, facing any challenge that prevents them from living their light. Through its partnership with Amal Clooney, the charity aims to tell the positive story of young women worldwide.
Amal Clooney is a barrister who specialises in public international law, international criminal law and human rights. She is ranked as one of the top lawyers in the UK in her field and has previously served as a senior advisor to Kofi Annan when he was the UN’s Envoy on Syria. Amal was recently appointed to the UK Attorney General’s expert panel on public international law. Prior to joining the London Bar, Amal worked in The Hague, and is also admitted to the New York Bar.
Amal and George Clooney joined The Prince of Wales for a dinner celebrating The Prince’s Trust at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 12th March.
Group Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust, Dame Martina Milburn DCVO CBE, says: “Through the work of the Prince’s Trust Group around the world, we see every day the struggles and the triumphs of women everywhere. We are delighted to be working with Amal to shine a light on their passion and celebrate unsung female heroes everywhere.  There is so much we can achieve together to help young people, and their communities, all over the world.”

How to enter:

This award is open globally to individuals identifying as women between 11 and 30 years old on the date of March 15th2020.  Candidates may put themselves forward for an award, or be nominated by someone who can vouch for their story.
Nominees will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Inspirational: highlighting how the candidate is a shining example to the rest of the world
  • Impactful: demonstrating that they are change-makers within their community and have made a difference to those around them
  • Sustainable: showing how their impact has made a long-term and sustainable difference
  • Life-changing: demonstrating the positive change they have made to their own life and to those around them

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Candidates or nominators should send their application to enquiries@princestrustinternational.org with their statement in 500 words or fewer.  Applications over this length will not be considered.
Nominations are open until 31st December 2019 and shortlisting will begin in January 2020.  Shortlisted candidates will be notified and may be asked to provide further references.  Candidates and nominators consent for their details to be held by Prince’s Trust International until March 31st 2020.[/size]

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Post by party animal - not! on Sun 17 Mar 2019, 15:05

THey're bound to be working together on something like this, but that may go unsaid as George is an American rather than a Brit...........

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Post by LizzyNY on Sun 17 Mar 2019, 22:40

PAN - Is working with the Prince's Trust limited only to Brits? I thought George had worked with the Trust before.
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Post by party animal - not! on Mon 18 Mar 2019, 00:09

I believe so, Lizzy. I'm not sure George would be asked to put his name to an award by Prince Charles as Amal has.

If George decided to get dual nationality that might make a difference - but he might not  want to do that because he would end up paying tax in both places! Not small sums in his case.

Pretty sure he does a lot unofficially and has met and liaises with them.  He's involved with so many charities - I remember seeing a huge list on the Look to the Stars website ages ago

Here it is, but quite out of date. It doesn't have more current things on it like March for Our Lives or Social Bite

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Post by What Would He Say on Mon 18 Mar 2019, 12:38

Question: Can anyone name others Prince of Wales Trust awards named after people?..... ie is there a Gary Barlow Award? ... or a Tom Jones or Victoria Beckham Award even TKMaxx?...I’ve been scratching my head... I feel sure of heard of some....
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Post by party animal - not! on Mon 18 Mar 2019, 12:53

Well, this is Prince's Trust International and here's the website

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Another article today on her appointment:
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There are other names here, but I'm figuring her name would be known worldwide so would hopefully get a good response. Having three languages must help!

Didn't know that she's also now been appointed a UK advisor to the government on international law - will probably help with youknowwhat............

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Post by LizzyNY on Mon 18 Mar 2019, 13:59

PAN - Thanks for all the information. I guess they chose Amal to represent this award because she's one of the few women who is so prominent in international media for something of substance who is also a celebrity. She covers all the bases.
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Post by party animal - not! on Tue 19 Mar 2019, 21:39

So Lionel Richie is joining the Princes Trust International...

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Post by annemarie on Tue 19 Mar 2019, 22:10

[size=34]Hello…is it ONE, you’re looking for? The Prince of Wales giggles with Lionel Richie as he announces him as global ambassador for The Prince's Trust[/size]


  • Prince Charles, 70, met with the 'Hello' singer while he was in Barbados today 

  • Lionel Richie, 69, will introduce The Prince's Trust to an international audience 

  • Royals are currently on a 12-day tour of the Caribbean and will also visit Cuba 


By HARRIET JOHNSTON FOR MAILONLINE and SARAH FINLEY FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 12:33 EDT, 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 16:53 EDT, 19 March 2019

     








The Prince of Wales looked smart as he met with singer Lionel Richie in Barbados on Tuesday night.
Charles, 70, met Lionel Richie, 69, to officially name him as an ambassador for The Prince's Trust International. 
The 'Hello' singer will now help introduce The Prince's Trust International to a global audience.
The singer, who also looked smart in a navy suit, shook hands and joked with Charles at the reception at the Coral Reef Club Hotel in Folkestone, Barbados.
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The Prince of Wales looked smart as he met with singer Lionel Richie in Barbados on Tuesday night
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Charles, 70, met Lionel Richie, 69, to officially name him as an ambassador for The Prince's Trust International
Later on at the reception the singer and Charles seemed deep in conversation, but they soon returned to their jovial manner. 

The Prince's Trust International was founded in November 2015 by The Prince of Wales to support people aged 13 to 30 in Australia, Canada, India, Barbados, Jordan, Pakistan and Malta.


It is an extension of The Prince's Trust, which has helped nearly a million young people in the UK transform their lives over the past 43 years. 
Singer Tom Jones also joined the celebrations later in the day, where he embraced Lionel and posed for pictures with the singer and Prince Charles. 
Earlier in the day Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were given a warm welcome as they kicked off the Barbados leg of their 12-day tour of the Caribbean. 
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Charles and Lionel were later joined by another singer Tom Jones at the Coral Reef Club Hotel
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Later on at the reception the singer and Charles seemed deep in conversation, but they soon returned to their jovial manner
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Singer Lionel Richie was joined by his girlfriend Lisa Parigi (second left) Prince Charles and Singer Tom Jones 
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The singer (left) who also looked smart in a navy suit, shook hands and joked with Charles at the reception at the Coral Reef Club Hotel in Folkestone, Barbados
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The two singers embrace at the event which made Lionel Richie an official ambassador for The Prince's Trust
Charles, was warmly embraced by well-wishers as he and Camilla, 71, took part in a walkabout in Bridgetown on Tuesday.
The royals have already visited St Lucia on their tour, which will also take in an historic trip to Cuba later this month. 
Yesterday the couple enjoyed some downtime on a Barbados beach as they made the most of a day off in the sun between official engagements.
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Charles, 70, was warmly embraced by well-wishers as he and Camilla, 71, took part in a walkabout in Bridgetown. Pictured, one woman places a hand on the back of Charles' neck 
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The Duke of Cornwall laughed as the woman pulled him in for an embrace in Bridgetown
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Nearby supporters laughed as the woman clung onto Charles' neck and held him close 
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Another woman was also seen pulling in Charles for a hug during the Bridgetown walkabout
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Prince Charles looked relaxed in sunglasses and a light suit as he greeted crowds in Barbados
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The royal took time to shake hands with well-wishers in Bridgetown, smiling as he did so 
The red carpet was rolled out to mark Charles and Camilla's arrival in Barbados earlier today.
A military band paraded through the streets as thousands of well-wishers turned out in the hope of catching a glimpse of the royal visitors. 
Prince Charles donned a light suit for the occasion, proudly wearing his own military medals pinned to his lapel. 
Meanwhile the Duchess of Cornwall dressed for the weather in a flowing ice blue tunic and matching skirt. 
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Prince Charles was in excellent spirits on a visit to the Nidhe Israel synagogue, Bridgetown
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Meanwhile the Duchess of Cornwall met with a schoolgirl during her own solo engagement
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The Duke of Cornwall was surrounded by supporters as he visited a Bridgetown synagogue
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The Prince of Wales unveiled a plaque, seen in black, to commemorate his visit on Tuesday
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Prince Charles adjusted his kippah as he made his way into the synagogue for the visit
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The Duchess visited a woodworking class on a tour of the Derrick Smith School, Bridgetown
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The Duchess of Cornwall meets staff and pupils while attending a Commonwealth Big Lunch at The Derrick Smith School & Vocational Centre in Bridgetown
She carried her essentials in a small handbag and whipped out an umbrella to protect herself from the intense sun. 
The tour began on Sunday when Charles briefly visited St Lucia for a few hours and marked the 40th anniversary of the country's independence.
He travelled that night to Barbados to be reunited with his wife, who had flown out ahead of the start of the tour. 
Today the couple watched a military parade before meeting the Govenor-General and first female prime minister of Barbados.  
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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall dressed for the heat as they arrived for the parade today

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The Duke of Cornwall wore his military medals pinned to the lapel of his light beige suit
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Prince Charles laid a wreath of poppies at a cenotaph in Bridgetown during the ceremony
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Charles looked pensive as he remembered those who gave their lives for the Queen
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The Duke of Cornwall delivered a speech in Heroes Square, Bridgetown, during the welcome
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The streets were busy as fans went out to welcome the royals to the region of Bridgetown, with hundreds lining the streets
The couple laid a wreath at the centograph, and were snapped arriving at the meeting with the Govenor-General. 
Charles and Camilla met Dame Sandra Mason, who as Governor General is the Queen's representative on the Commonwealth island, and the country's first woman prime minister Mia Mottley.
A barrister who studied at the London School of Economics, Ms Mottley came to power in May last year when her Barbados Labour Party inflicted a crushing defeat on the ruling Democratic Labour Party, winning all the seats in parliament. 
During their tour, Charles and Camilla will also visit St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis, Grenada and the Cayman Islands. 
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The red carpet was rolled out to mark the royals' arrival in Bridgetown on the Caribbean tour
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The Duke of Cornwall delivered a speech as he was officially welcomed to Bridgetown today
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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall watched a parade and wreath laying ceremony today
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Camilla, 71, whipped out a small umbrella to protect herself from the sun during the ceremony
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The streets were packed with royal fans, desperate to catch sight of the couple, who are currently on a 12 day tour of the area 
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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall in Heroes Square, Bridgetown, Barbados for their official arrival ceremony 
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Mia Mottley, the first female Prime Minister of Barbados, awaited the arrival of Prince Charles and Camilla, left. Right, The royal couple attended the military parade and wreath laying
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Barbados sea cadets were among those who marched in the parade ahead of the arrival of the British royals 
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A marching band parade played during the visit of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall on their Caribbean tour 
Charles is also said to be keen to discuss the impact of climate change in the area, having already spoken about the issue in St Lucia.  
Speaking about the global threat posed by climate change the prince said: 'Importantly, the Commonwealth brings us together and gives us the means to harness shared opportunities, as well as to address common challenges.
'There is no greater challenge facing all of us, in my view, than that of global warming and climate change which, I know, poses nothing short of an existential threat to this island as it does to every part of this region.' 
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The couple receive a bottle of local rum during their meeting with the Prime Minister 
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The royal couple went on to meet the Govenor-General and sign the visitors' book
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Dame Sandra Mason, General-Govenor of Barbados, greeted Prince Charles and Camilla as they arrived for their meeting
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The royal couple met with Dame Sandra Mason, who as Governor General is the Queen's representative on the Commonwealth island, and the country's first woman prime minister Mia Mottley
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The Duchess of Cornwall looked elegant on the couple's second day of their royal tour, and paired her pale blue outfit with delicate jewelry and light makeup 
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Camilla wore a gorgeous pale blue outfit for the occasion, with matching white trousers. She carried a stylish bamboo handled bag 
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Prince Charles showed off an impressive collection of medals adorned to his beige suit, and a bright colourful stripey tie
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Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are currently on a busy tour of the Caribbean islands, including a history-making four day visit to Cuba at the end of the week - the first by members of the monarchy
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Duchess of Cornwall cuts a cake as she attends a Commonwealth Big Lunch event in Bridgetown
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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall poses for a photo with pupils and staff whilst attending a Commonwealth Big Lunch at The Derrick Smith School & Vocational Centre
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Duchess of Cornwall looks delighted as she attends a Commonwealth Big Lunch at The Derrick Smith School & Vocational Centre
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Camilla enjoys a lunch on Tuesday as her and Charles visit Bridgetown in Barbados 
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Post by ladybugcngc on Tue 19 Mar 2019, 23:45

scratch  Was Amal there?  I don't see her anywhere.

What does Lionel Richie's award have to do with Amal's Award?

Amal Clooney giving birth to twins of her own, receiving the Youth Award from the Prince's Trust has to be a testament of her life lived in truth, honesty, and integrity a great honor.  Something Amal Clooney's twins can be proud of.


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Post by annemarie on Tue 19 Mar 2019, 23:54

Amal wasn't there, Pan put it here because it is all the same basically all dealing with the Prince's Trust.

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Post by ladybugcngc on Wed 20 Mar 2019, 00:08

Thanks Annemarie
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Post by party animal - not! on Wed 20 Mar 2019, 00:35

Yep. Also put in the thread becos Lizzy was wondering if only British citizens were awarded positions in the Princes Trust.

Turns out that might be the case but it's different if it's the International or Global arm e g Lionel Richie!

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Post by ladybugcngc on Wed 20 Mar 2019, 01:12

Will something be held like this for Amal to introduce her Youth Ambassador Award?
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