Prince William FIRST SHARES Touching Message From Him And Catherine After Missing Memorial

Prince William FIRST SHARES Touching Message From Him And Catherine After Missing Memorial

A body language expert previously spoke about William and Catherine’s romance – and the telltale signs that signal what their marriage is like behind closed doors. Just last year, the Prince and Princess of Wales went head to head in a spinning competition last year – which Catherine won. Our Princess has no qualms about showing her husband up like this in public and he looks happy to celebrate her win. For a Windsor male, this is ground-breaking stuff.

Prince William has finally made an appearance after mysteriously cancelling an event last week due to ‘personal reasons’.

The Prince of Wales visited the Western Marble Arch Synagogue in central London and spoke to ambassadors and holocaust survivors, offering both his and Kate Middleton’s concerns over antisemitism.

He was meant to attend the memorial service for his late god-father King Constantine last week and was even due to give a reading.

Kensington Palace would not elaborate further on why he could not attend.

During his visit today, William called for the fighting in the Israel-Hamas war to end ‘as soon as possible’ and spoke to young people about how Jewish students have been affected by the rise of hatred on the streets of Britain.
He said: ‘Well, you’ve heard it from me, antisemitism has no place in society, you’ve heard that from me OK – I’ve said that before and I’ll say it again.

‘And hearing all … your lived experiences both Catherine and I are extremely concerned about the rise in antisemitism that you guys have talked about so eloquently this morning, and I’m just so sorry you’ve had to experience that, it has no place and it shouldn’t happen.

‘So that’s why I’m here today to reassure you all that people do care, people do listen and we can’t let that keep going.’

Karen Pollock CBE, Chief Executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust: ‘Today His Royal Highness reminded us that antisemitism is not only a problem for the Jewish community but for all society.

‘He listened to young Jewish students who are facing a deluge of antisemitic hate on campus, share their personal experiences of this anti-Jewish hate and he met young Holocaust Educational Trust Ambassadors, who are campaigning against antisemitism despite not being Jewish themselves.’

But in a rare update on his wife Kate Middleton said she continues to be doing well after having abdominal surgery on January 16.

She has not been seen in public since Christmas, when she joined other members of the royal family for the annual walk to Sandringham Church.

Rabbi Daniel Epstein shows Prince William a 17th century Torah scroll (Picture: Reuters)© Provided by Metro

She is not expected to return to official duties until after Easter, and her husband temporarily stepped back from his royal role to juggle caring for her and their children.

This has left Buckingham Palace scrambling to find others to take their place as the King continues to undergo cancer treatment.

Prince Andrew led royals into the memorial service, including his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York, Princess Beatrice, and Zara and Mike Tindall.

In another blow to the royal family, Lady Gabriella Windsor’s husband Thomas Kingston was found dead inside his parents’ home in Gloucestershire on Sunday.

An inquest will be held to establish the cause of death, but there are no suspicious circumstances and no other parties involved.

Mr Kingston, known as Tom, and his wife Lady Gabriella Windsor, daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, were ‘happy and chatty’ at an event days before his death, friends have said.

The King and Queen sent their ‘most heartfelt thoughts and prayers’ to Lady Gabriella, who is known as Ella, and Mr Kingston’s parents and siblings.

Meanwhile Prince Harry has announced will appeal against a High Court ruling dismissing his challenge over a change to his level of security during visits to the UK.

He had been trying to overturn a ruling which saw his security downgraded and have his police protection taken away after he stopped being a working royal.

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