The Cambridges, Prince William and Kate Middleton, celebrated this week with a new milestone of their charity foundation, Hello Magazine reported on Thursday.
The income of the foundation reportedly increased from £6.7million in 2019 to £20.4million in 2021, which allowed the spending of the charity to be doubled to reach £16.4 million.
Founded in 2009, The Royal Foundation backed several programs such as The Earthshot Prize, and United for Wildfire.
Moreover, the Cambridges also increased funding the Center for Early Childhood, Emergency Responders.
The success of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge came after the Sussexes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, stepped back and surrendered Royal duties.
The Decision of the Sussexes led to major changes in the Royal Foundation as the Sussex Royal Foundation that backed by Diana Fund was dissolved.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge were spotted in the Wimbledon competitions on Tuesday. Her presence is considered the first of her engagement as the patron of all England and Lawn Tennis Club in 2022.
She wore a blue polka dot that was designed by Alessandra Rich, and simple pearl earrings. In addition, her parents attended the tennis tournament as she used to do before getting married.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, were seated in the Royal Box. The tennis patron was spotted blowing them a kiss as she and Prince William took their seats.