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"This is my tenth year as WellChild's patron and of course I'm honoured to be here at another awards ceremony celebrating the powerful work of this organisation." - Prince Harry

Prince Harry joins @wellchild Award winners on stage during this evening's ceremony.
Congratulations to all involved and thank you for a wonderful evening!

Prince Harry chats to some @wellchild Award winners, ahead of this evening's ceremony.

The annual Awards celebrate the inspiring qualities of some of the country's seriously ill young people, and the dedication of those who go the extra mile to keep children health and happy, including outstanding health, social care and education professionals.

2017 marks 10 years of Prince Harry's Patronage of the Charity, which every year cares for thousands of seriously ill children and their families.

Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry met children about to set off for the trip of a lifetime onboard a British Pullman, sister train to the Orient Express. The children were nominated by Their Royal Highnesses' Charities Forum which brings together their key charities to benefit from each other’s different specialisms and experience and make wonderful things like today’s journey happen!

The event is supported by film charity BAFTA of which The Duke of Cambridge is President. Their Royal Highnesses met cast and crew of the forthcoming film Paddington 2 who will join the children on their journey through the English countryside.

The Princess of Wales's public meetings with AIDS patients helped changed global perceptions around HIV/AIDS in the 80s and 90s.

This evening, Prince Harry collected an @attitudemag Legacy Award on behalf of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in honour of her significant work in drawing attention to HIV/AIDS, and challenging of the stigma and fear that surrounded the disease. 📸PA

Prince Harry tonight collected an @attitudemag Legacy Award on behalf of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, at the #AttitudeAwards held at Camden's Roundhouse.
Attitude Magazine awarded the prize to the late Princess in honour of her significant work in drawing attention to HIV/AIDS, and challenging of the stigma and fear that surrounded the disease in the 80s and 90s.

On collecting the award, Prince Harry said of his mother: "She felt a responsibility to shine her spotlight on the people and issues that were often ignored. She knew that AIDS was one of the things that many wanted to ignore and seemed like a hopeless challenge.”

Prince Harry last night attended the 100 Women in Finance gala dinner in aid of the WellChild charity at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Prince Harry is patron of WellChild, a national charity offering support to seriously ill children and their families.
During the event, Prince Harry met Jill Evans who has been supported by WellChild while caring for her son Noah, six, who has a rare lung condition. Prince Harry told guests their support was making a difference to the lives of hundreds of children and young people. 📷PA.

"Kia mau mahara tonu tātou ki a rātou. We shall remember them." The Duke of Cambridge delivers a speech at the New Zealand National Commemoration for the Third Battle of Passchendaele.

Following the Service, HRH laid a wreath at the New Zealand Memorial Wall to the Missing at Tyne Cot Cemetery. Alongside Princess Astrid, The Duke also marked the occasion by unveiling a centenary plinth. 📷PA

Over 100,000 New Zealanders served in the First World War, including more than 2,200 Māori and around 500 Pacific Islanders. 
The Commemoration marks the centenary of 12 October 1917, known as the 'darkest day' of New Zealand's military history.

The Duke of Cambridge is today representing The Queen at a New Zealand National Commemoration for the Battle of Passchendaele.
The Duke is welcomed to Tyne Cot cemetery in Belgium today by the Māori Cultural Group of the New Zealand Defence Force.

The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry reflected on the fantastic achievements of the Heads Together campaign and all those involved during a reception at St James's Palace on World Mental Health Day yesterday, and looked forward to the exciting future initiatives which have been announced in the past few days.

The Duchess of Cambridge also met guests, many of whom have been working in the mental health sector for years. The reception recognises the progress of these organisations who are determined to raise awareness of mental health issues. #WorldMentalHealthDay

Prince Harry speaks to representatives from mental health charities attending the reception tonight at Buckingham Palace for #WorldMentalHealthDay.

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