Prince William and Kate Put Parenting Duties on Hold to Support African Conservation Cause
They’ll have to entrust a royal nanny to change Prince George’s diapers on September 12th, as both Prince William and his bride, Kate Middleton, will be attending something called the Tusk Conservation Awards that day.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be the guests of honor at the inaugural ceremony, marking the first time a top conservationist will receive the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa.
Recognizing outstanding dedication and exceptional contribution to conservation in Africa, the heir to the English throne will present the recipient with a specially commissioned trophy.
According to the charity, the organization's mission is to preserve a peaceful coexistence for Africa's wildlife and its people.