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LONDRES.- Los duques de Sussex, Enrique y su esposa Meghan han decidido mantener en privado los planes alrededor de la llegada de su primer hijo, dijo el jueves el Palacio de Buckingham.

Esperan el nacimiento de su primer hijo en las próximas semanas.

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Today The Duke of Sussex officially opened @onsideyz’s new Youth Zone in Barking and Dagenham. The Youth Zone named @futureyouthzone provides a safe environment where young people can come and enjoy themselves, build key skills and raise their aspirations and confidence to create a happier and healthier generation. It is the first of three OnSide Youth Zones in London expected to open this year. The Duke also joined members of Barking and Dagenham (BAD) Youth Forum and Youth Zone members as they share their perspectives and experiences of knife crime, amidst a national rise in incidents, and go on to discuss potential solutions. The forum has already worked with councillors and police to voice their concerns about youth crime and violence in the area. The Duke of Sussex was appointed a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador in 2018 by The Queen and since then, has pledged to elevate the voices of Young People and bring their concerns and ideas to decision makers. See more of the visit on @SussexRoyal.

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“El duque y la duquesa de Sussex están muy agradecidos por los buenos deseos que han recibido de gente de todo el Reino Unido y de alrededor del mundo mientras se preparan para recibir a su bebé”, dijeron en un comunicado.

“Sus Altezas Reales han tomado la decisión personal de mantener de forma privada los planes alrededor de la llegada de su bebé”, dijo el palacio.

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The Duke of Sussex visited the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch in London today – the annual event raises money for @soldierscharity to support those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Duke met servicemen and women and their families here today, who have been supported by @soldierscharity. The event has raised more than 1.9 million since 2008 to support soldiers and veterans who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Duke of Sussex served in the British army for 10 years and is committed to promoting the welfare of members of the Armed Forces and veterans. The Duke founded the Invictus games in 2014, which uses the power of sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation for our wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women.  PA / Royal Communications

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“El duque y la duquesa anhelan compartir las emocionantes noticias con todos una vez que hayan tenido la oportunidad de celebrar de manera privada como una nueva familia”, agregaron.

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