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« on: May 07, 2012, 05:45:45 pm »

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DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE TO MARK PRINCE WILLIAM'S 30TH WITH SECRET TRIP TO ELITE DINING CLUB


Kate and William are to go to a private club for his 30th birthday /wenn.com

Thursday May 3,2012
By Richard Palmer EXCLUSIVE
 
PRINCE William is to mark his impending 30th birthday by making a speech to the advertising and media industry’s most secretive and elitist dining club.
William, watched by his wife Kate, will follow in the footsteps of his mother Princess Diana and his grandfather Prince Philip by speaking to the Thirty Club at Claridge’s in London on Tuesday night.

It’s a private engagement and St James’s Palace is refusing to say what exactly the Prince, who will be 30 next month, will be discussing.


Kate and William are to go to an elite club for his 30th

“He’s been invited for about the last nine years but thought it right to accept the invitation this year as he has this personal landmark coming up and it is such a landmark year for the Royal Family in general,” a senior royal aide said.
It will be a small, private function, and I’m sure I’ll have the opportunity to speak with the Prince
Jay Weatherill, Premier of the state of South Australia

Among those invited to the dinner is Jay Weatherill, Premier of the state of South Australia, who plans to invite William and Kate to visit Adelaide. 

Weatherill, who is in Britain on a week-long trade trip, let the cat out of the bag earlier this week after revealing he would be meeting William and Kate when the Prince addressed an unidentifed business group.

“It will be a small, private function, and I’m sure I’ll have the opportunity to speak with the Prince,” he said, without naming the Thirty Club.

Asked if he would invite William and Kate to South Australia, he said: “I think I’ll be doing that.”


Kate and William have been stronger than ever since his return from the Falklands

The Thirty Club, which meets monthly at Claridge’s, was founded with 10 members each from senior figures in advertising, the media, and those who advertise but now also has associate members. Its leading lights include Nigel Bogle, co-founder of the agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of WPP.

The club is also said to attract big cheeses such as Rupert Murdoch, former BBC and ITV chairman Lord Grade, and film producer Lord Puttnam.
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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2012, 06:26:59 pm »

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