Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry Are in for Some Changes at the Palace!

Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry Are in for Some Changes at the Palace!
The palace is going through some changes!

Just one day after it was confirmed that Princess Kate is losing her right-hand woman Rebecca Deacon this summer, the royals have announced that there’s a new woman at the helm of their most important organization.

The office of Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry has announced that a broadcaster is to head up The Royal Foundation. Lorraine Hecggessey will take over in April from Nick Booth, who was chief executive from the start of the organization in 2009.

The foundation focuses on what the royals call the “key issues that need support,
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‘Double Dare’ Reunion: The Secrets Behind the Nickelodeon Series’ Unlikely Origins – and Potential Rebirth

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‘Double Dare’ Reunion: The Secrets Behind the Nickelodeon Series’ Unlikely Origins – and Potential Rebirth
Three decades ago, execs at pioneering kids network Nickelodeon realized that wanted to do more than just air old comedy repeats (“Dennis the Menace”) and Canadian imports (“You Can’t Do That on Television”). But this was the early days of cable, and there were no budgets.

That’s how the network’s first game show, “Double Dare,” came to be produced at the local PBS station in Philadelphia. “Nickelodeon couldn’t do [shows] in La and they couldn’t do them in New York because the cost was too prohibitive,” recalled host Marc Summers. “They found out that the PBS station in Philly, Whyy, wanted to open up a production wing, so the station said, ‘If you help us, we’ll help you. Would you put ads in the trade magazines and say, ‘Hey, we had this great experience down in Philly,’ so other people will come knocking on our
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Royal trio make 100k donation

Britain's Princes William and Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge have donated £100,000 to help wounded soldiers. The royal trio have made the huge contribution from their Endeavour fund -which was set up last year to support injured servicemen and women taking on exceptional challenges - to a group of soldiers trekking through the South Pole. Chief Executive of the trio's Royal Foundation, Nick Booth, said: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are all dedicated to helping our wounded undertake truly great adventures and sporting achievements as part of their recovery. 'The Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge is a perfect demonstration of the tenacity and resolution of the inspirational men and women who serve
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Princess Diana Memorial Fund winding down

The Princess Diana Memorial fund is being wrapped up after raising £100 million. The charity was set up in the aftermath of the death of the Princess Diana is 1997 to continue her humanitarian work and will come to an end in December, with all future donations being entrusted to her sons, Princes William and Harry. The decision to wind down the fund was made in 2007, but as an 'unincorporated' trust it cannot legally cease to exist. So as it continues to automatically receive donations in future, it will do so through the Royal Foundation run by William and Harry, which becomes the fund's new legal owner. The Royal Foundation's chief executive Nick Booth said: 'The fund has carried
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Royals donate to injured soldiers

Britain's Prince William, Duchess Catherine and Prince Harry have donated £100,000 to a group of injured soldiers. The royals handed over the sum - the first handout from their Endeavour Fund, which was set up to assist wounded service personnel - to the military men, who are aiming to become the first disability team to compete in the Dakar Rally. The 28-strong Race2Recovery team hopes to take on the gruelling off-road race in South America in January in order to raise money for Tedworth House Personnel Recovery Centre in Wiltshire. Nick Booth, Chief Executive of The Royal Foundation, said: 'We are extremely proud to support Race2Recovery by making the team the first recipient of a grant from our Endeavour Fund.'
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