Prince William and Princess Catherine have been absent from the public eye since last week, likely due to their children’s half-term.
Prince William is due to return to work on November 1, when the royal will attend the 10th annual Tusk Conservation Awards in London, as revealed in a statement from Kensington Palace.
“The Prince of Wales will celebrate the work of leading Africa-based conservationists at the annual Tusk Conservation Awards to be held next month at Hampton Court Palace.
“His Royal Highness will also join a symposium the next morning bringing together this year’s award winners, alumni from previous awards and conservation experts,” reads the announcement from the Palace.
Kate on the other hand has not had any engagements revealed as of yet, her last being a letter of encouragement to the England Rugby League – as patron ofthe Rugby Football League and the Rugby Football Union– on the 15th of October.
“To the England Rugby League teams, I wanted to wish you the very best of luck with your respective World Cup tournaments,” the letter opens.
“I was so honoured to become Patron of the RFL earlier this year, not least because I know what an important moment this is for Rugby League. The ability to take part in any World Cup tournament is incredible, but to be able to do so on your home turf, hosting teams from around the world and showcasing everything that this fantastic sport has to offer is truly special.
The Princess did not forget to mention that it will be the “most inclusive” Rugby League World Cup as of yet, “with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments running alongside each other for the first time”.
“Good luck! I know you will do us all very proud and I can’t wait to see you all in action,” concludes the Princess of Wales.