Prince William visits Microsoft headquarters

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Prince William appeared in good spirits during his visit to Microsoft’s headquarters in Reading earlier today.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, cut a dapper figure in a navy blue jacket and sky blue shirt as he arrived at the software company this morning.

During the visit, he is set to learn how new AI analysis technology can increase detection of illegal wildlife products trafficked at international airports.

William’s visit comes hours before the airing of his sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s surprise appearance on the Ellen show, amid fears she is set to drop more bombs on the royal family.

Prince William, 39, appeared in good spirits as he visited Microsoft’s headquarters in Reading earlier today

The Duke cut a dapper figure in a navy blue jacket and sky blue shirt as he arrived at the software company this morning

The Duke cut a dapper figure in a navy blue jacket and sky blue shirt as he arrived at the software company this morning

Get your hands on it!  The father of three touched a screen during a visit to Microsoft headquarters (pictured)

Get your hands on it! The father of three touched a screen during a visit to Microsoft headquarters (pictured)

During the visit to Reading this morning, the Duke could be seen studying an elephant tusk while chatting with staff.

Her appearance comes hours before an interview with the Duchess of Sussex on Ellen airs in the United States.

His new TV appearance came as a shock yesterday. It has long been rumored that the Duchess would give her first interview to Ellen after she and Harry emigrated in January 2020. But ultimately the Sussexes chose their neighbor in Montecito, Oprah Winfrey.

The clip will raise concerns at Buckingham Palace that she is about to launch another attack on the Royal Family, whom the Sussexes have previously accused of racism towards Archie and allegations they ignored Meghan when she claimed to be suicidal while she was pregnant and living in London.

William's visit comes hours before his sister-in-law Meghan Markle's surprise appearance on the Ellen show airs, amid fears she is set to drop more bombs on the royal family

William’s visit comes hours before his sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s surprise appearance on the Ellen show airs, amid fears she is set to drop more bombs on the royal family

The Duke could be seen studying scanning technology that can detect illegal wildlife products trafficked at airports

The Duke could be seen studying scanning technology that can detect illegal wildlife products trafficked at airports

It remains a busy time for the father of three, who has been among the royals who have continued in royal duties in the Queen’s absence in recent days.

The Duke quietly continued with his royal duty, last night cutting a dapper figure as he arrived at a Joint Ministerial Council reception at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London.

The Duke, who opted for an elegant black suit, a crisp white shirt and a polka dot tie, was accompanied for the occasion by Conservative Party President Amanda Milling.

The Joint Ministerial Council is an annual meeting between British ministers and the leaders of the British Overseas Territories which enables cooperation on a wide range of issues.

During the visit, the Duke is set to learn how new AI scanning technology can increase detection of illegal wildlife products trafficked at international airports.

The royal could be seen studying an elephant tusk during the company's visit to Reading earlier today

The royal could be seen studying an elephant tusk during the company’s visit to Reading earlier today

And a few days ago, he was among the royals who attended the Remembrance Sunday service moments after the Queen stepped down.

As the clock struck 11, Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, Prince William and other members of Britain’s elite marked the two-minute silence.

Buckingham Palace said the 95-year-old monarch made the decision on Sunday morning “with great regret” and was “disappointed” to miss the event – the first time she had not been present in 22 years .

The Queen would be deeply disappointed to miss the service – which she considers one of the most important engagements of the year – and she hopes to continue as planned with her light official duties schedule next week.

The monarch, who served in World War II as an army driver and mechanic, was to attend the service at the war memorial in central London from the balcony of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office building.

Her presence at the service was confirmed by the palace on Thursday after she was ordered to rest by royal medics just over three weeks ago and spent a night in hospital on the 20 October to undergo preliminary tests.

William's visit comes hours before his sister-in-law Meghan Markle's surprise appearance on the Ellen show aired, amid fears she was set to drop more bombs on the royal family

William’s visit comes hours before the airing of his sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s surprise appearance on the Ellen show, amid fears she is set to drop more bombs on the royal family

The monarch had said it was her “firm intention” to be at the cenotaph for the traditional Remembrance Sunday event, one of the most “sacred” events on her annual calendar.

Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall led the diminished family group to the Festival of Remembrance at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night, but the Queen was not present.

They were joined by Prince William, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, The Princess Royal and Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and The Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra.

And earlier this month, Prince William urged world leaders to “think outside the box” and make “the impossible, possible” in a heated speech at the COP26 summit.

The Duke, who cut a sleek figure in a sleek black suit adorned with a poppy, noted the urgency for people to “think differently” if the battle against global warming is to be on track for success by one. decade.

The King’s speech took place during the World Leaders’ Summit session “Accelerating Innovation and Deployment of Clean Technology” in Glasgow, Scotland.

Taking the stage, Prince William challenged world leaders to push even harder to stop the devastating floods, fires and heatwaves and said: “If we are to achieve our goal of fixing our planet in what is now less than a decade, it is our shared responsibility to continue to think differently, to act boldly and to make the impossible possible. ‘


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