A royally nice welcome! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greet ‘seriously impressive’ teen heroes and Radio 1 DJs into Kensington Palace

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have opened the entryways of Kensington Palace to meet with helpful youngsters in front of BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards. The royals invited adolescents and Radio 1 DJs into their home on Tuesday night to commend them for their rousing work subsequent to being delegated Teen Heroes of 2016. They additionally talked to hosts Nick Grimshaw, Clara Amfo and Greg James at the elegant night in front of the honors which expect to the benevolence and grit of the UK’s young ‘unsung legends’ and their outstanding accomplishments.

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Kate  dazed in a wraparound Alexander McQueen outfit decorated with red poppies, embellishing with red heels, while William looked smart in a naval force suit. Among the individuals who met the royals at the exceptional gathering was 15-year-old Lewis who, notwithstanding wellbeing issues, has made a social stage for ineffectively and incapacitated kids. Lewis has been named one of Radio 1 Teen Heroes for raising over £20,000 for philanthropies and in addition propelling his Friend Finder site.

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They additionally met Niamh, 15, who has an uncommon auto-invulnerable disease called neuromyelitis optica (NMO), is a kids’ diplomat for the NMO UK philanthropy and brings issues to light of her condition with a blog – all while running a care group for youngsters. Victors of the ‘Adolescent Hero 1 Million Hours Award’ Joe, 17, and Toby, 15 – both dynamic volunteers and pledge drives for Cancer Research UK – were likewise at the gathering. Kate, 34, told the young people: ‘I don’t know how every one of you discover an ideal opportunity to do the volunteering. It’s such an extraordinary thing… Keep it up.’

William, additionally 34, included: ‘Enormous congrats, it’s truly noteworthy.’ He went ahead to applaud the youths as ‘sparkling lights’ for their age amass before granting them with Teen Hero identifications. The champs will be regarded at the seventh yearly honors function on Sunday at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley. Stars in the music, diversion, on the web and brandishing businesses will likewise be respected at the function.

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The ritzy occasion, which is presently in its seventh year, will be facilitated by BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show have Grimshaw. Music acts Little Mix, Jess Glynne, DNCE and The Vamps will perform alongside other extraordinary visitors. It was a bustling night for the royals, who that same night respected the stars of the Rio 2016 Games and invested energy addressing all the decoration champs, including tumbler Max Whitlock and boxer Nicola Adams. Prior in the day, a great many well-wishers had lined the lanes in London to support the competitors in a homecoming parade after Team GB’s best Games since 1988. Mo Farrah, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Jessica Ennis-Hill, and the honeymooning Jason Kenny and Laura Trott were all missing from occasion at the Palace.

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