Prince William ‘desperate to get out there’ in the midst of the British coronavirus crisis – royal expert | Kingdom | News| Instant News

Royal commentator Angela Mollard revealed that Prince William is “desperate to get out there” and help fight coronavirus extraordinary event. Reportedly the Duke of Cambridge wanted to return to his job as an air ambulance helicopter pilot, which he had trained. However, Ms. Mollard noted ROYAL podcast that this is a very unlikely reality.

Ms Mollard continued: “But I think over the coming weeks and months, we will truly see the goodness and impact that the Royal Family can have in times of distress.

“Just like the Queen and her mother and sister made such a difference years ago during the war.

“There will be many happy stories about the Royal Family who will come over the next few weeks.

“Some of them might run under the radar like Camilla, who checks in and chats with a woman named Doris.”

Last month, William recorded a message of support for the National Emergencies Trust fundraising appeal as a result of a coronavirus outbreak.

In the video, he said: “Whenever and wherever adversity strikes, the British people have a unique ability to unite.

“The way the local community supports those affected shows the best of our values ​​and human nature.

“People’s desire to help after the tragedy needs to be managed and channeled in the best way, which is why the formation of the National Emergency Emergency Trust is very important.

“I said at its launch last year that I was afraid of the day when it would be needed. Unfortunately, with the outbreak of COVID-19, that day has come sooner than we had hoped, but now more than ever I am grateful that the National Emergency Emergency Trust exists.”

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