Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Children’s Global Media Summit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Children’s Global Media Summit at the Manchester Central Convention Complex in Manchester on December 6th.

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First, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to local school children taking part in a “Stepping Out” session and took part in a feedback session with young children from The Friars Primary School.

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On arrival at the Complex, the Duke and Duchess met some of the international delegates who spoke at the conference. The Duchess joined a forum hosted by Sesame Street’s Workshop, while the Duke attended a short private meeting related to the Cyber Bullying Taskforce. The Duke then gave a key note speech at the conference, before The BBC unveiled details of the Own It project, one of the key outcomes of The Royal Foundation Cyber Bullying Taskforce.

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The Duke of Cambridge wore a dark suit with a grey tie. The Duchess wore the Goat Elodie dress with the  L.K. Bennett Delli Check Coat and her  Mappin & Webb Empress Earrings.

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One thought on “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Children’s Global Media Summit

  1. Red looks wonderful on the Duchess, doesn’t it? And they are calling attention to something which I find of great importance: stopping the cyber bullying! As a teacher, I have seen first-hand how devastating a hateful posting can be on a young person’s life. Kudos to them for focusing on the responsibility we have to stop it.

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