Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

While Prince Harry was stranded in the Arctic waiting for a plane to land on the cracking ice so he could get back to work (and a wedding), it was clear that military charities are very important to both he and his brother, William. Kate Middleton obviously has taken this interest on too, having named eight military charities to her wedding gift charity collection (see below).

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Kate Middleton was bullied in her early teens, but a little research shows that several famous and well-respected stars were also bullied or made fun of in their youth, only to later become some of the most well-known and influential celebrities of their time.

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Kate Middleton and Prince William named Beatbullying as a charity that well-wishers can choose to donate to in lieu of wedding gifts.

Suggestions are that Kate Middleton was mildly bullied while at Downe House for young teenage girls, and there is little doubt that this is true. As the head mistress states, the school was “cliquey” and the girls “rather cruel”.

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Austrian candy-maker that makes PEZ dispensers and mini peppermints has created a pair of pocket sized PEZ dispensers that replicate Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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Several years ago, Kate Middleton was criticized for not doing enough charity work. There was even a suggestion that the Queen was disappointed that the ‘love-of-her-grandson’s-life’ had not chosen to work more diligently at a career with a charitable organization.

Let’s take a look at Kate’s charity work prior to her engagement and see whether you agree with this evaluation.

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Prince Harry is to trek to the North Pole for charity. He will join servicemen who were wounded in Afghanistan.

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Madonna has booted the managers of her Malawi project after finding they mismanaged $3.8 million before ever breaking ground on her $15 million elite academy for girls. The current co-director recently wrote to those who had financially supported the project saying, “A thoughtful decision has been made to discontinue plans for Raising Malawi Academy for Girls, as it was originally conceived.”

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All donations from every corner of the world are helping Japan deal with their recent crisis.

Today, South Korean star, Goo Hara, from KARA personally donated $89,000 USD to the Public Service Welfare Fund. She had originally committeed to donate the proceeds from her new album, but…

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As the Japanese people stoically sift through the rubble of their homes and villages, searching for their missing loved ones, analysts have estimated the costs to rebuild at $230 Billion (that’s with a “B”). Thankfully, celebrities and sports stars continue their efforts to raise charitable donations for Japan. Here are the lastest to contribute.

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Japan is not forgotten. Justin Bieber, U2, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Bon Jovi have all agreed to join forces to with record company, Universal Music, to make a digital recording for Japan.

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