PRINCE WILLIAM MEETS SINGAPOREAN LEADERS – He is in Singapore for the annual Earthshot Prize
Prince William met with Singaporean leaders on Monday (November 6) during his official visit to Singapore.
William, the eldest son of King Charles and the heir to the throne, is in Singapore for the annual Earthshot Prize which awards 1 million pounds ($1.22 million) to five winners developing solutions to environmental problems.
The British royal paid a courtesy call to president Tharman Shanmugaratnam and then later joined a meeting with prime minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday as part of the four-day visit since Sunday.
This is the first visit to the Southeast Asian nation in over a decade after this official trip with his wife Catherine, Princess of Wales.