The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William is set to visit Kenya from next weekend on Sunday, 30 September to kick off his Africa tour that will see him visit Kenya, Tanzania and Namibia.
According to a statement by Kensington Palace, the Duke of Cambridge is on a private working trip as the United for Wildlife President and Tusk Organization Patron to promote the fight against illegal wildlife trade.
Prince William will also undertake a number of official engagements at the request of Queen Elizabeth’s Government.
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The official visit will have him visit 1st Battalion the Irish Guards Battlegroup in training in Kenya, which is an infantry company from the Kenyan army that trains under the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK).
Prince William’s last visit to Kenya was in 2016 when he attended the wedding of his ex-girlfriend Jessica Craig at Lewa Wildlife Reserve.