The Royal Family

William And Kate Changed Their Profile Photo For A Special Reason

Prince William and Duchess Kate have changed their profile photo on their official Twitter and Instagram accounts, to mark Remembrance Sunday.

The latest profile photo, shows the couple donning red poppies. It was taken during their visit to Belgium when they joined veterans honour the war dead at the Battle of Passchendaele centenary commemorations in Ypres.

William And Kate donning red poppies

The Duchess of Cambridge is dressed in a white Alexander McQueen coat-dress, which she first debuted at Princess Charlotte’s christening.

On Sunday, William, Kate and rest of the Royals will gather at the Cenotaph for a Remembrance Sunday, when Prince Charles will lay a wreath on his mother’s behalf.

And tonight, they are set to attend the Royal British Legion’s annual Festival of Remembrance, which commemorates everyone who has lost their lives in combat. 

On Thursday, it was revealed that Prince William and Kate are working on a brand new project that will put to use one of the many talents that Kate has. The two want to set up a photography competition, which will be called the Earth shot Prize, in the future and will encourage more people to get behind the camera and capture the moment.

The Royal Foundation has already taken the formal step of applying to the Intellectual Property Office to trademark the award’s name.

Within the application, it states that the trademark name could be used for photographs, clothing, footwear and headgear, as well as education and training services, publishing, cultural activities, competitions and awards and all relating to nature conservation and the environment.

Kate is known to be a fan of photography and has a lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society for her family portraits and tour photos in 2017. Back in June, she event became a patron of the organization.

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