TripAdvisor names London as the world’s best destination

Hopefully it’s a sign that investments like that are paying dividends,’ he told 3AW.  ‘We’ve spent about $40 million, for example, just upgrading toilets and we’d like to think we’ve now got some of the best toilets in the country.

Hayley Coleman, TripAdvisor spokesperson, said: ‘The global fascination with Harry and Meghan clearly has a powerful effect as this is the first time since 2016 that London has topped the world rankings.

He added: ‘We had a brief discussion of course about the next days and he said, in particular, the third category was very difficult to judge, he said basically our category was one of the hardest to judge.

But Orthodox leaders declared to observe a day ‘of mourning and of manifest grief’ as a result of the inaugural prayers being held at what was one of Christendom’s most significant cathedrals for centuries.

Orr Yarkoni, chief executive of UK-based Colorifix, which uses DNA sequencing and nature’s own colours to create sustainable dyes that reduce the fashion industry’s use of water and harmful chemicals, said meeting the prince ‘was wonderful’.

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While chatting to the Clean our Air finalists, Gunnlaugur Erlendsson, the founder and chief executive of ENSO, a London-based company that makes tyres for electric vehicles that are designed to be more sustainable and reduce pollution, asked William how he had found dragon boat racing on Monday.

He later won a dragon boat race on the Marina Reservoir against a backdrop of Singapore’s most famous landmarks, and met the president of Singapore, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, and the prime minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, at the Istana.

In the Revive our Oceans category, William also heard from Serge Raemaekers, the co-founder of South African-based project, Abalobi, which aims to protect small-scale fishing communities and provide customers with more information about the source of seafood, via an app which connects fishers with a digital marketplace where they can register their catches and log where fish come from.

With the Protect and Restore Nature finalists, the prince spoke to Manja Kargbo, founder of the Freetown the Treetown tree-preservation project in Sierra Leone, a ‘pay as you plant’ scheme for local communities.

It’s mine and Hannah’s job to scale you up.  Hearing how several of the finalists hoped to scale their projects going forwards, William praised them for their work so far, saying: ‘Campaigning activism is really hard work sometimes, it’s an uphill battle, istana777 that’s the point of Earthshot – to elevate the wonderful work you’re all doing.

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