The Royalist has previously reported on how Kate and William's popularity has boosted the Royal family's financial affairs, and now new figures published in New York show that their allure in America has significantly swollen the coffers of their international charities. For the Daily Telegraph reports that a polo match in which William played and Kate attended (William's team, won and Kate kissed him when presenting the trophy) in California generated revenues of $2.5 million (£1.63 million). The figures are contained in year end accounts for, "The American Friends of the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry".
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William and Kate Polo Match in Santa Barbara Made $2.5m