William and Kate take Duke of Edinburgh’s Land Rover to drive-in movie date –

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William and Kate take Duke of Edinburgh’s Land Rover to drive-in movie date – fr


PRince William and Kate paid a heartwarming tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh as they arrived for a drive-through movie date in one of his beloved Land Rovers.

William and Kate joined guests at the one-off event at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in a 1966 Model 2A that was owned by Philip and on loan from the Queen.

The couple, who are co-patrons of NHS Charities Together, hosted NHS staff for the special screening of Disney’s Cruella, in recognition of their vital work throughout the pandemic, after visiting their former college town of St Andrews .
After parking alongside NHS workers on the palace forecourt and two of the vintage vehicles used in the film, the couple met some of the guests recognized for their efforts during the health crisis.
The participants came from across NHS staff in Scotland, having been nominated by member organizations of the NHS Charities Together and their associated health boards.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greet NHS staff at drive-in cinema
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In a speech Kate thanked the workers and told them: ‘Over the past year, William and I have spoken to many NHS workers and have heard firsthand what it has been like to be on the front lines. to fight Covid-19; support those who suffer from the disease and their families and heroically put the needs of others before their own, day in and day out.
“And tonight we enjoyed talking to so many of you so much.
“You’ve all been chosen to go above and beyond over the past year – and hearing what you’ve been through is truly humbling. “
The Duchess also thanked the Queen for allowing them to host the palace’s first drive-in movie and she invited her guests to ‘grab your popcorn, snuggle up under your blankets and be transported to Britain. 1970s for a well-deserved fun and dramatic evening. , glamor and escape!

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge participate in a video call with Emma Thompson (top, left) and Emma Stone (top, right)
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Cruella, which opens in theaters across the UK on Friday, tells the backstory of Cruella de Vil, the villain of the classic animated film 101 Dalmatians.
The character’s distinctive vintage black and white Panther de Ville car was parked in the forecourt along with a blue “Pest Control” van.

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