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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Max Foster Interviews Prince William


“Prince William’s Passion:  New Father, New Hope” premieres on CNN Sunday, September 15th at 10 pm ET

Portion of the interview will air on CNN’s New Day on Monday, August 19th at 8 am ET

CNN’s Max Foster sat down for the first interview with Prince William since he and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their first child.  The interview is part of a one-hour special, Prince William’s Passion:  New Father, New Hope, which will premiere on CNN  on Sunday, September 15that 10 pm ET.   The special chronicles the Prince’s passion for Africa and his dream to save the world’s most endangered species.  As a new father, the Prince discusses his hope that one day his son can experience the same Africa that he and Prince Harry did as young boys.
A portion of the interview will air on CNN’s New Day on Monday, August 19th at 8:00 AM ET.  In it the Prince reflects on becoming a new parent and how it has forever changed him

The Royal Family has worked on conservation in Africa for generations.  In Prince William’s Passion:  New Father, New Hope, the Prince discusses how he is continuing the tradition.  His love of Africa and its endangered species were instilled in him by his father Prince Charles, and late mother Princess Diana.  The Duke of Cambridge also highlights some of the incredible work done by individuals in the area of conservation including Tusk, an organization that he is a patrons of.

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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