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Prince William and Duchess Kate share heartfelt message for ‘devastating’ reason

On Thursday, Prince William and Duchess Kate posted a touching message for royal fans on social media.

The couple discussed the “devastating” effects of climate change in Pakistan in words posted to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official Instagram Stories.


The couple address the “devastating” impact of climate change in Pakistan.


The husband and wife team also reshared a post from the Disasters Emergency Committee and wrote: “@disastersemergencycommittee will be assisting people in Pakistan who have been affected by this terrible climate disaster through this critically important appeal. I appreciate your kindness.”

In an effort to combat the disaster, which the organization estimates has affected 30 million people and has currently submerged a third of the country, the committee has just launched its Pakistan Floods Appeal. Not to mention the lost lives, homes, and means of support.


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The Duke and Duchess haven’t spoken publicly since Meghan Markle explained in an interview with The Cut why her children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, whom she has with Prince Harry, won’t receive an education in the UK.

“Earlier in our conversation about her goals for the life she is creating here, she had remarked that, if Archie were in school in the U.K., she’d never be able to do school pickup and drop-off without it being a royal photo call with a press pen of 40 people taking pictures,” interviewer Allison P. Davis wrote.


Meghan and Prince Harry share two children
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Meghan remarked: “I’m sorry, but I disagree with that. That doesn’t make me a privacy nut, though. That makes me a good parent who is capable of standing up for my child.”

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The interviewer does mention that when Meghan arrives at the school dates, two mothers “double take,” but there is undoubtedly less of a commotion than there would be if she attended a school in the UK, where she would be so well known.

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