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Prince William and Catherine for film premiere
Apr 25, 2012, 12:01 GMT
Prince William and Duchess Catherine
Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine will walk the red carpet at the London premiere of Disney film 'African Cats' tonight (25.04.12).
The royal couple - who recently returned from a skiing holiday with Catherine's family in France - will attend the gala screening of the documentary at the British Film Institute in Waterloo to raise money for William's charity Tusk Trust, founded in 1990 to help protect African wildlife.
The film, narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart, follows a mother lion and her cubs and a cheetah mum with her offspring in Kenya's Masai Mara nature reserve.
William, 29, and 30-year-old Catherine - previously Kate Middleton - will be joined at the event by 100 children involved with charities close to their hearts.
The couple - who celebrate their first wedding anniversary on Sunday (29.04.12) - will also attend two events tomorrow (26.04.12).
They will be among the guests at a reception celebrating two Army teams who recreated the famous race to the South Pole by adventurers Scott and Amundsen.
Later that evening the royals will be at the Imperial War Museum to launch a fund-raising campaign to create new galleries displaying exhibits on the First World War in time for the centenary of the outbreak of the conflict in 1914.
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