Kate Middleton And Prince William Offer Tribute To Victims Of Paris Attacks
In order to show respect to the victims of Paris attacks, Kate Middleton, and Prince William lately visited French Embassy in London. Read the full story to find out what the royal couple wore and how they honored the victims.
According to ET Online, Middleton, and Prince William made a visit to the French Embassy located in London on Tuesday, Nov. 17. The Paris attacks took place on Nov. 13, and 129 people lost their lives while many were rushed to the hospital.
Duchess of Cambridge,33 and Prince William,33 reached the Embassy dressed in very somber clothes. They were both dressed in black. Prince William was clad in black suit and had also worn a dark red tie. Middleton, on the other hand, donned herself in a dark skirt suit, which was just right for the occasion. Why fans have always loved to know what the royal couple wore at various occasions? Don’t know!
The royal couple also signed the book of condolences. According to E! News, they wrote, “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 [our deepest condolences].”
According to HollywoodLife, Prime Minister David Cameron had also made visit to French Embassy to pay homage to the victims of Paris attacks prior to royal couple’s visit. PM also tweeted later posting a picture and giving it the caption, “I have signed the book of condolence at the French ambassador’s residence. We stand united with the French people.”
So the far terrorist group, ISIS had taken the responsibility for the massacre. The world is mourning over the gruesome killings, and bigwigs are giving their condolences through generous and courteous acts.
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