One user loveforcambridg, praised the royal for representing the country “beautifully as always”.
They wrote: So glad these people can have a better life in the UK now our Duke of Cambridge is such a compassionate man who makes everyone around him feel so comfortable!
“He represented the Crown and his country beautifully as always.”
Another, Canellelabelle, agreed, writing: “Always good to see the Duke of Cambridge out and about, doing his charities work without any fuss. God bless you.”
A third fan, LadyIngrid_123 wrote: “So proud of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge”, while another, Tina Gamble, added: “Well done Prince William you do the country proud”
Twiggy29b welcomed the future King to the area, writing: “Welcome to Leeds !!!
“This Yorkshire lass is thrilled you’re in her home town !”
Meanwhile, Vanessa Gillieo wrote thanked him for his involvement with the cause, writing: “Thank you for giving your support.
Sharing the engagement on their joint Twitter account, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote: “In Leeds today to celebrate the welcoming, diverse, resilient communities across the nation who are coming together to support those in need.
“The people of Yorkshire, along with thousands across the UK, are providing vital support to those who have recently evacuated Afghanistan.”
They added: “Local authorities, hotels, community organisations and charities such as the @refugeecouncil are working together to ensure Afghan refugees are properly welcomed, and receive the help they need to rebuild their lives here in the UK.”
Speaking to Afghans who risked their lives to work for the British Government and their families, he said: “The most important thing is that you are safe now.
“You have a bright future.
“You couldn’t be more welcome.
“Thank you for all you have done for us.”
Prince William was greeted by cheers and applause before he sat down with two families who escaped Kabul in September.
More than a hundred thousand people were evacuated from Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of Kabul on 15 August 2021.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK