Prince William has royal fans flocking to his behavior towards a widow during his engagement in the latest news.

The Duke of Cambridge was in Staffordshire yesterday announcing a new memorial to Royal Navy submariners and their families as his soft side shone through.


William praised the “resilience” of the submarines yesterday (Credit: Royal Family Channel/YouTube)

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Yesterday, royal fans got a glimpse of the future King’s softer side.

William was at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to pay tribute to the Royal Navy submarines and their families.

He was there to announce a new memorial to the submarines.

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In a brief speech at the ceremony, William praised the submarine’s “continuous resilience”.

“You would be hard-pressed to find a more challenging environment to serve in,” he continued.

He later said that the new memorial represented “the struggles this life of service can lead to”.

Prince William sat down to talk to a navy widow in a wheelchair
William showed his softer side yesterday (Credit: Royal Family Channel/YouTube)

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Later in the engagement, William’s softer side came into play.

During his visit to the memorial, William met with submariners, veterans and their families.

One person he met was 100-year-old Diana Mayes, whose late husband was a submariner before his death in 1943.

Speaking to Diana, William sat down beside her to listen to her story.

He also put a comforting hand on her arm as she talked about her late husband.

Prince William squatted down next to Diana, a widow
Royal fans adore William’s softer side (Credit: Royal Family Channel / YouTube)

The scenes between William and Diana warmed the hearts of many royal fans.

Plenty took to Twitter to talk about the meeting between William and Diana.

“He’s got a big heart, our Prince William,” said one royal fan.

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“Deeply felt and thoughtfully executed,” another wrote of the duo’s conversation.

“William always showed genuine and genuine empathy wherever he went. Love him,” a third fan said.

“Prince William will make a great King. He is very sympathetic to everyone’s cause,” another wrote.

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