8-year-old boy dressed as member of Royal Guard meets Prince, Princess of Wales

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An 8-year-old boy from Brookline, dressed as a member of the British Royal Guard, met the Prince and Princess of Wales on Thursday during their three-day tour in and around Massachusetts. Henry Dynov-Teixeira said he wore the costume on Halloween, and for a month he later met the royal couple as they left Greentown Labs in Somerville. “I asked them where Prince George was and he answered and said he was at school,” said Henry. “I’m going to yell at my BFF, Baxter, and tell him I’m famous.” “After we visited London, we bought the outfit. He loved the changing of the guard,” says Henry’s mother, Irene. Henry shook hands with Princess Kate and gave her a bouquet of red roses before greeting the couple. at-risk youth as part of their residency, culminating in the 2022 Earthshot Prize Awards. Inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s “Moonshot” speech, the Earthshot Prize is an ambitious global environmental award that aims to identify the best solutions to help restore the planet. Video: William and Kate visit the Somerville Climate Technology Startup Incubator. Prince William and Princess Kate had a busy first day in Boston on Wednesday. After a performance at City Hall, the pair attended the Boston Celtics game against the Miami Heat at TD Garden. Boston was announced in early July as the site of the second annual Earthshot Awards. The ceremony will take place Friday at the MGM Music Hall in Fenway. On Friday, the princess visits the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, while the prince visits the JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Prince William is accompanied by Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, the daughter and only surviving child of John F. Kennedy, on his visit to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Video: Royal couple visits Chelsea nonprofit for at-risk youth Kate will be on the star-studded list of presenters for this year’s Earthshot Prize winners. William will make comments at the end of the awards ceremony. At the awards ceremony, five Earthshot Prize winners will be selected from a field of 15 finalists — three each in the following five categories: protecting and restoring nature, cleaning our air, our oceans, building a waste-free world, and improving our climate. The five Earthshot winners will receive £1 million ($1.2 million) in prize money, while all 15 finalists will also receive help to expand their projects to meet global demand. The trip to Boston is the first time the British royal couple has visited the United States since 2014. , when Kate was still the Duchess of Cambridge.

An 8-year-old boy from Brookline, dressed as a member of the British Royal Guard, met the Prince and Princess of Wales on Thursday during their three-day tour in and around Massachusetts.

Henry Dynov-Teixeira said he wore the costume on Halloween, and a month later he met the royal couple as they left Greentown Labs in Somerville.

“I asked them where Prince George was and he answered and said he was at school,” said Henry. “I’m going to yell at my BFF, Baxter, and tell him I’m famous.”

“After we visited London, we bought the outfit. He loved the changing of the guard,” says Henry’s mother, Irene.

Henry shook hands with Princess Kate and gave her a bouquet of red roses before greeting the couple.

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The couple visited an incubator for climate technology startups and visited a non-profit organization in Chelsea that helps at-risk youth as part of their stay, which culminates in the 2022 Earthshot Prize Awards.

Inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s “Moonshot” speech, the Earthshot Prize is an ambitious global environmental award that aims to discover, celebrate and scale the best solutions to help restore the planet.

Video: William and Kate visit the Somerville Climate Technology Startup Incubator

Prince William and Princess Kate had a busy first day in Boston on Wednesday. After a performance at City Hall, the pair attended the Boston Celtics game against the Miami Heat at TD Garden.

Boston was announced in early July as the site of the second annual Earthshot Awards. The ceremony will take place Friday at the MGM Music Hall in Fenway.

On Friday, the princess visits the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, while the prince visits the JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Prince William is accompanied by Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, the daughter and only surviving child of John F. Kennedy, on his visit to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum.

Video: Royal couple visit Chelsea non-profit for at-risk youth

Kate will be one of the star-studded list of presenters for this year’s Earthshot Prize winners. William will make comments at the end of the awards ceremony.

The awards ceremony will select five Earthshot Prize winners from a field of 15 finalists — three each in the following five categories: Protecting and Restoring Nature, Purifying Our Air, Reviving Our Oceans, Building a Waste-Free World, and Restoring Our Climate .

The five Earthshot winners will receive £1 million ($1.2 million) in prize money, while all 15 finalists will also receive help to expand their projects to meet global demand.

The trip to Boston is the first time the British royal couple has visited the United States since 2014, when Kate was still the Duchess of Cambridge.

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