William Announces First Public Engagement Since Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis: Prince of Wales will visit Food Charity …….

Prince William today announced his first public engagements since news of his wife the Princess of Wales‘s cancer diagnosis nearly four weeks ago.




The Prince of Wales, who has spent the past three-and-a-half weeks with Kate and their children during the Easter holidays, will return to public work this Thursday.




William, 41, will visit Surrey and West London to ‘spotlight the community and environmental impact organisations in the area are having through their work’.




The Prince will first visit the Surplus to Supper charity to see how surplus food is delivered, sorted and re-packaged for delivery to community organisations.







He will then visit a youth centre in the capital which receives regular deliveries of surplus food from the charity, and hear how this helps the young people it supports.





William last attended a public engagement at an event tackling homelessness in Sheffield on March 19 – three days before Kate’s cancer revelation on March 22.






The announcement comes on the day that William’s sister-in-law Meghan Markle launched the first product from her new business venture American Riviera Orchard in California, sending influencers and friends a jar of branded strawberry jam






A Kensington Palace spokesman said: ‘Reducing food waste has a considerable number of environmental benefits, including reducing emissions from landfill that contribute to climate change




‘Protecting the environment for future generations is one of The Prince of Wales’s key priorities and in 2020 he launched The Earthshot Prize, a global environmental prize and platform to discover, award, celebrate and scale ground-breaking solutions to repair and regenerate the planet.




‘In 2021, The City of Milan won an Earthshot Prize in the ‘Build a Waste-Free World’ category for its innovative Food Hubs that collect excess food and distribute it to the communities who need it.





It comes after William and his son Prince George attended an Aston Villa match together last Thursday in their first public outing since Kate’s cancer announcement



















The Prince was seen smiling and applauding in the Villa Park stands during the club’s 2-1 win against Lille in the first leg of the Europa Conference League quarter-final.


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