Prince William sends video message to Australian communities affected by floods
Prince William expressed his support for Australian communities affected by the floods during a video call, released by Kensington Palace.
The Prince of Wales has sent a message to people across the country, urging them to pay close attention to their mental health.
In a tweet, posted on Friday, Prince William said: “Encouraging but heartbreaking to speak with some of those affected by the severe flooding in Australia.
“As always, their sense of community and selflessness makes them humble, but it’s terrible that such devastation seems to be happening more often.”
The video came amid the massive buzz William’s younger brother Prince Harry created with his scathing attack on the Royal Family in his bombshell memoir Spare.
During his conversation with the telegraph, the Duke of Sussex said he was worried about his niece and nephews.
“If I see wrongdoing and behavior that harms people, I will do everything I can to try to change it,” he added. “As I know very well, in my family, if it’s not us, it will be someone else.
“And although William and I have spoken about it once or twice, and he has made it very clear to me that his children are not my responsibility, I still feel a responsibility knowing that out of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the reserve, “he added. “And it hurts, it worries me.