Prince William has has joined some of Britain’s most famous faces at the Who Cares Wins awards to honour members of the National Health Service (NHS) who have gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke of Cambridge was dressed in a stylish black tuxedo featuring a velvet jacket, and smiled widely and waved to fans as he walked the red carpet outside The Camden Roundhouse before heading inside for the event.
There, he met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and chatted to guests, including nine-year-old Phoebe Sinclair.
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William has recently resumed official duties following a summer break with his family.
The duke and duchess took time out with their children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, spending time at their home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and travelling to the South of France for the wedding of Kate’s brother James Middleton.
William’s appearance at the award ceremony follows his recent visit to Dockhead Fire Station in South London for Emergency Services Day on September 9.
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There he met with volunteers and workers and discussed their work during the pandemic.
The Who Cares Wins awards have been held by The Sun since 2017, with doctors, nurses, midwives, surgeons, researchers and volunteers as well as charity workers honoured for their work.
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This year, the Who Cares Wins awards honoured late British TV presenter Caroline Flack, who died by suicide after being charged with the assault of her boyfriend Lewis Burton following an argument in December 2019.
She stood down from hosting the British versions of Love Island and X Factor pending the outcome of legal proceedings, but later died.
Both The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are patrons of the charity NHS Charities Together, which honours NHS workers.
The full ceremony will air in the UK on Channel 4 on Sunday.