Prince William on a surprise visit to the armed forces
It is an emblematic visit that Prince William made to the Polish border in order to mark his unwavering support for Ukraine.
Prince William again offered his support for Ukraine on the occasion of an exceptional trip near the front line, on the Polish border, this Wednesday, March 22. The eldest son of Charles III was notably able meet refugees members of the armed forces and made visit to British soldiers in Rzeszow, Poland to learn about the work done by the troops with the Polish Armed Forces, which provide support to Ukraine, primarily the Royal Artillery troops. “This afternoon I traveled to Poland to meet British and Polish troops, where I heard of their extraordinary work in favor of Ukraine“, can be read on the official Kensington Royal Twitter account. “My message to them on behalf of all of us, thank you!“. The royal account also tweeted this same message in Polish. A source explained to the DailyMail that this journey is a kind of “personal missionto recognize the duty of personal service.
During the visit, the Prince of Wales also discovered the Sky Saber system, a ground-based surface-to-air missile used to repel Russian attacks. Standing in front of arms facing a group of soldiers, he thanked them for “welcomed him today“and to have”kept everyone safe here and kept an eye on what’s going on“. The husband of Kate Middleton also met this Wednesday, March 22, members of the Polish forces after being welcomed by Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defence, Mariusz Blaszczak. Prince William then went in the evening to a shelter to talk to young Ukrainian refugees working and studying in the country.
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Kate Middleton not left out…
If Prince William does not hesitate to affirm his support for Ukraine, the same is true for Kate Middleton. Indeed, a few months before him, the Princess of Wales was a remarkable exit UK. On November 17, Prince William’s wife went solo to the Ukrainian community center from Reading in Berkshire to meet Ukrainian families who have fled their country. In particular, she was able to discover the support that the center gives to those who arrive in the United Kingdom following the conflict in Ukraine. For the occasion, Kate Middleton had been welcomed with a traditional Ukrainian cake, and could not help but take the time to join the children of the center during an artistic session. The mother of Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louis even had the pleasure of receiving a drawing from a 5-year-old girl who wrote “kate i love you” next to a heart and a rainbow. Adorable!