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Prince William ends Wildlife Conservation Tour in Africa

The Duke of Cambridge was in Africa for a week-long tour to learn more about the continent’s wildlife conservation. He visited Namibia, Tanzania and completed his trip with a visit to Kenya.

Prince William arrived Kenya’s Laikipia Training Area by helicopter on Sunday to visit the Irish Guards. The 36-year-old Duke, participated in training sessions with British troops, met with Kenyan Defense Forces and also threw a few kicks with school Children at BATUK’s Kinamba Community Project while giving out footballs and shirts.

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After visiting the Irish Guards in Kenya, The Duke of Cambridge met local schoolchildren at BATUK’s Kinamba Community project, bringing with him @avfcofficial shirts and some footballs for a kickabout ⚽

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