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  2. William - Wikipedia

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    William is a male given name of Germanic origin. It became very popular in the English language after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, and remained so throughout the Middle Ages and into the modern era. It is sometimes abbreviated "Wm." Shortened familiar versions in English include Will, Wills, Willy, Willie, Bill, and Billy.

  3. Times Prince William Has Broken Royal Rules and Protocol

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    William first broke this rule in 2014 when he flew with Kate Middleton and his eldest son and second in line, Prince George, to Australia for a royal tour of Australia and New Zealand. He regularly travels with George (age 9) and his other two children, Princess Charlotte (age 7) and Prince Louis (4), to public and private engagements.

  4. Kate Middleton Praised for Calling Prince William by His Real ...

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    Prince William and Kate Middleton photographed March 26, 2022. The princess has been praised online after clips of her calling out to her husband have gone viral on social media.

  5. Prince William and Kate Middleton just volunteered at their ...

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    In fact, yesterday Prince William and Kate Middleton spent some time volunteering at a food bank near their home in Windsor, and got very hands-on. ICYMI, the Prince and Princess of Wales visited Windsor Foodshare, close to their Berkshire home , where they learnt about the support that the organisation offers to those in the local area.

  6. What is the meaning of the name William? The name William is primarily a male name of English origin that means Will, Desire And Helmet, Protection. From the Germanic wil "will or desire" and helm "helmet or protection". The name William has never really gone out of style, remaining one of the most popular given names for boys in the last 100 years.

  7. Kate and William's new photos show Firm has 'come through ...

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    Kate and William can be seen shaking hands and walking through the doors of the Royal Liverpool Hospital as part of their first public engagement since the release of Harry’s tell-all memoir ...

  8. William I | Biography, Reign, Achievements, Facts, & Death

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    William I, byname William the Conqueror or William the Bastard or William of Normandy, French Guillaume le Conquérant or Guillaume le Bâtard or Guillaume de Normandie, (born c. 1028, Falaise, Normandy [France]—died September 9, 1087, Rouen), duke of Normandy (as William II) from 1035 and king of England (as William I) from 1066, one of the greatest soldiers and rulers of the Middle Ages.

  9. William Name Meaning, Origin, Popularity - Verywell Family

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    What Does William Mean? The name William is a timeless classic with English roots that date back almost a thousand years, yet is still popular today. It means "resolute protector" or "strong-willed warrior" and comes from Wilhelm, of Old German origin. After the name was introduced to England by William the Conqueror at the time of the Conquest, it gained status as a fashionable moniker.

  10. William, prince of Wales | Biography, Wife, Children, & Facts

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    William, prince of Wales, in full William Arthur Philip Louis, prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall and Cambridge, earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus, formerly Prince William of Wales, (born June 21, 1982, Paddington, London, England), elder son of Charles III and Diana, princess of Wales, and heir apparent to the British throne.

  11. William - Name Meaning, What does William mean?

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    It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of William is "determined protector". From wil meaning "will", "desire" and helm meaning "helmet", "protection". For a long time after the Norman conquest in AD 1066, three out of four English boys were given some form of the conqueror's name, William. Short forms and variants came into being with a common basic meaning of "will", "determined", or "resolute".