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The Duke of Cambridge, 39, was photographed at 11pm on Friday as he left Oswald’s in London’s Mayfair after three hours catching up with a friend. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi are among those known to have visited the society’s hot spot.
Accompanied by three guards, William, dressed in a checkered blue coat, without the Duchess of Cambridge, was 40.
Oswald’s is named after owner Robin Birley’s grandfather and has a focus on wine.
Guests can make their own cellar or buy it in house before enjoying a drink in the restaurant or on the terrace of the club.
The Duke’s visit came not long after he hosted podcast host Deborah James on a damehood at her childhood home.
Prince William pictured leaving Oswald’s in Mayfair
Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie
Dame Deborah, known online as Bowel Babe, has been honored for her “tireless campaigns” to raise awareness of colon cancer.
The 40-year-old posted photos of William, herself and her family on Instagram, describing it as “such a special day”.
She wrote: “Prince William actually came to our family home today!
“I am very honored that he joined us for afternoon tea and champagne where he not only spent a lot of time chatting with all my family but also honored me with my Damehood.
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Prince William pictured with Dame Deborah James, her husband Sebastien Bowen and children
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“It’s kind of surreal to have a royal doll in the house, and yes, you can imagine the cleaning antics and dish preparation were antics – but it was all irrelevant because William was so nice and he set us all up. made us comfortable.
“He is clearly passionate about improving oncology outcomes as president of the Royal Marsden.
“It was such a special day for all my family, making memories that will last a lifetime. He is always welcome!”
Dame Deborah has raised nearly £6million for Cancer Research UK through her Bowelbabe fund on JustGiving.
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She reached the £5 million milestone on Friday after donations poured in from more than 240,000 supporters, including William and Kate.
Dame Deborah said she was “completely beyond words” after reaching the staggering amount.
TV host Lorraine Kelly responded, saying, “This is just amazing – tears and laughter – love you gut babe.”
The host of the popular BBC podcast You, Me And The Big C revealed on Monday that she had moved to a hospice to treat her terminal colon cancer.
The Cambridges on a visit to the Wheatley Group in Glasgow
She wrote on Instagram: “Nobody knows how much longer I have but I can’t walk, I sleep most days and most of the things I took for granted are sky dreams.
“I know we’ve left no stone unturned. But even with all the innovative cancer drugs in the world or some magical new breakthrough, my body just can’t go on.”
Former head teacher Dame Deborah was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016 and has kept her more than 500,000 Instagram followers updated about her treatments.
Number 10 confirmed on Thursday night that she would become a Dame, saying, “The Queen is pleased to approve that the honor of damehood be bestowed upon Deborah James.”
Boris Johnson said: “If ever there was an honor richly deserved, it is this one.
“Deborah has been an inspiration and her honesty, warmth and courage have been a source of strength to so many people.
“By her tireless campaigns and sharing her experience so openly, she has not only helped in our fight against this terrible disease, she has made countless others with the Big C feel not alone.
“I hope this recognition from Her Majesty – I’m sure the whole country supports – will be a comfort to Deborah and her family at this difficult time.
“My thoughts are with them and Deborah should know she has the love and gratitude of the land.”
In a tweet written by William and Kate this week, the couple said: “Every once in a while someone captures the hearts of the nation with their zest for life and tenacious desire to give back to society.
“@bowelbabe is one of those special people. Her tireless efforts to raise awareness of colon cancer and end the stigma of treatment are inspiring.
“We are so sad to hear her recent update but are delighted to be supporting the @bowelbabef which will benefit the @royalmarsdenNHS among other things.
“Deborah, our thoughts are with you, your family and your friends. Thank you for giving hope to so many people living with cancer. W&C.”