So touching. Kate Middleton and Prince William paid a visit to London’s French embassy in order to show their respects and honor victims, following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris. Read their moving message.
Kate Middleton, 33, and her husband Prince William, 33, made their way to London on Nov. 17 in order to pay tribute to the fallen at the French Embassy, following Nov. 13’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris. The couple, dressed in black, looked incredibly somber as they signed the book of condolence for the attacks’ 129 victims. We have their heartfelt note.
“To all those who have died and were injured in the heartless attacks in Paris, and to all the people in France: Nos plus sincères condoléances,” the couple wrote in a joint message of solidarity to those affected by and reeling from the violence.
Appropriately, both William and Kate wore dark ensembles, in keeping with the somberness which still encapsulates much of the world right now. William wore a black suit, the only pop of color being his dark red tie. Kate, meanwhile, wore a dark skirt suit, and looked onward attentively as her husband signed the book.
Earlier in the day, prior to William and Kate paying their respects, Prime Minister David Cameron also made his way to the Embassy in order to sign the Book of Condolences. He tweeted a photo of himself writing a message in the book, alongside the caption, “I have signed the book of condolence at the French ambassador’s residence. We stand united with the French people.”
The fallout from the attacks in Paris is still certainly being felt, following the death of 129 innocent people— many of whom were young.
We are sending all of our love and positive energy to those in Paris, and those around the world, who have been affected by this horrific tragedy.
— Casey Mink