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Choose from 45 pictures in our Princewilliambday collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Prince William 18 Pop member

Prince William is in Pop, Eton's small group of 21 elected prefects with a responsibility for a school of 1, 280 boys. * As a member of Pop, he is allowed to wear a waistcoat of his choice and sponge bag trousers. He has to supervise discipline and can impose small fines. Pop originated in 1811 as a debating society which met in Mrs Hatton's Lollipop Shop (which was on a site adjacent to Gailey's house, on which School Hall now stands). Photograph: Ian Jones. Copyright: St James's Palace.

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Royalty - Prince William 18th Birthday

Available b/w only. Prince William walks down the Colonnade near the main school entrance wearing the school dress of black tail coat. It also has the distinction of 'stick ups' - the stiff wing collar and white tie - worn by all school officers, Heads of Houses and House Captains. In the Michaelmas and Lent Terms, Prince William was House Games Captain. In the Summer Term, he was appointed House Captain. William is also in Pop, Eton's small group of 21 elected prefects with a responsibility for a school of 1, 280 boys. As a member of Pop, he is allowed to wear a waistcoat of his choice and sponge bag trousers. He has to supervise discipline and can impose small fines. Pop originated in 1811 as a debating society which met in Mrs Hatton's Lollipop Shop (which was on a site adjacent to Gailey's house, on which School Hall now stands).

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Prince William - golf

Prince William on the driving range at the Golf Practice Centre, near the world-famous Old Course in St. Andrews. In the fading light, laughing and joking, he warned bystanders to keep out of the way as he practised his powerful swing, stretching out his arms and saying it could go "anywhere between here and here". Now more than halfway through a four-year degree at Scotland's oldest university, William admitted that his workload had intensified, but revealed he was glad he had switched courses from history of art to geography.

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