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An Officer And A Gentlemen: Prince William Holds Umbrella For Kate At London Premiere

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Apr. 25 2012, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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Prince William made his first public appearance since coming home from his deployment in the Falklands, accompanying wife Kate Middleton to the English premiere of Disneynature’s documentary African Cats at London's British Film Institute Wednesday, and has the pics.

The royal couple, who celebrate their first anniversary Sunday, looked like movie stars as usual, with the classy Will looking handsome in a dapper suit, while Kate was her elegant self in a pale blue dress.

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The chivalrous son of the late, great Princess Di held an umbrella for his wife as they exited their vehicle in the London drizzle.

The documentary chronicles the goings-ons of lions and cheetahs in Kenya’s Masai Mara area.

The premiere was also a fundraiser for the environmental group Tusk Trust, which is focused on protecting wildlife and educating those in rural parts of Africa. The Duke of Cambridge has been its' Royal Patron seven years and counting.


The organization's cause is "something that the prince believes passionately in, and tonight’s premiere of African Cats just gives us an opportunity to communicate that onto the global stage,” Tusk Trust's Charlie Mayhew said.

The film hits theaters in the U.K. and Ireland on Friday.


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