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King Charles to 'address' future of Prince's Trust as Anna Williamson praises charity
King Charles is preparing to address The Prince's Trust - his charity which he founded four decades ago as he takes on work as Head of State.The charity which helps disadvantaged young people has been known to change the lives of thousands of people at risk of exclusion from school.Since its launch, the organisation has had a string of celebrity ambassadors including Cheryl Tweedy, Gareth Southgate and Hollywood stars Luke Evans and Tom Hardy.READ MORE: Mike Tindall recalls awkward meeting with King Charles after copying wife ZaraCelebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson has also worked alongside the charity for around ten years and had nothing but praise for the work carried out by the then Prince Charles.Now, the Daily Star can exclusively reveal that His Majesty will be looking into The Prince's Trust following his accession to the throne.A spokesperson for the Sovereign told the Daily Star: "This is one of many issues to be addressed as His Majesty takes up his duties across all areas of State, charitable and other commitments in the coming weeks."Meanwhile, Anna told us: "He is now the King, so I do believe, he will still be very much involved in his trust but under a different guise."Obviously, he is the King and no longer the Prince but I do believe that the name will stay the same, from what I know."She added: "I wonder if our interactions will be any more formal because they're actually very informal when I've met him in the past."I wonder within now being the king, whether things will take a slightly more formal twist."Discussing her experiences with the now King and The Prince's Trust, Anna went on to say: "He's a lovely guy and he honestly really cares, the genuine work and effort that he has put into that trust
Nadine Coyle - Kimberley Walsh - Louis Walsh - Cheryl Tweedy - Nicola Roberts - Sarah Harding - Jay Macguinness - Girls Aloud's jaw-dropping career – BRITs outburst, £14m tour to Sarah Harding tribute - dailystar.co.uk - Britain
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Girls Aloud's jaw-dropping career – BRITs outburst, £14m tour to Sarah Harding tribute
Girls Aloud dominated the charts for ten years from 2002 to 2012 with their catchy songs and easy-to-pick-up dance moves.The group who found fame on ITV's Popstars: The Rivals faced harsh criticism in their early days, with former manager Louis Walsh admitting he didn't want the group and students chucking things at them during university gigs.But they defied all the odds against them, with the chart-toppers going on to become one of the most successful girl groups in British history.READ MORE: Kimberley Walsh and Jay McGuinness supporting each other after co-stars' deathsAs the girls join forces today (July 24), to celebrate the Race For Life for Sarah, Daily Star has taken a look at some of their biggest moments.Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts all dreamed of becoming the next big popstar during their younger days.In 2002, each girl auditioned for a new ITV show, Popstars, which aimed to create a boyband and a girlband to compete with one another for the Christmas Number One.The group, which was formed on November 30, 2002, competed each Saturday night to win the public vote before the five girls were announced as members of Girls Aloud.Sound of the Underground, their debut single, instantly topped the charts before spending four weeks at Number One, later being certified platinum.After the initial shock of winning Popstars, the girls spent five months locked away in the studio, working on their debut album, Sound of the Underground.The record which was finished in April of 2003, was released just one month later, instantly landing at Number Two on the official charts before it was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry,Following the success of the album,
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