Duke of Cambridge in Manchester

The Duke of Cambridge made an unscheduled visit to Manchester on June 2nd, to meet some of those who were affected by last week’s attack, first responders and members of the community who worked through the night to provide care to those in need. The Duke wanted to acknowledge and thank the people of Manchester for their strength, decency and kindness. Click HERE to see the Queen’s visit to Manchester, HERE to see Royal Condolences for the Attack.

The Duke of Cambridge visited The Greater Manchester Police Headquarters to meet the officers involved in the response to last week’s attack, including the officers who were first on the scene at Manchester Arena. He thanked the Greater Manchester Police for their incredible efforts and response to the attack last week.

Afterwards, the Duke visited Manchester Cathedral, to meet members of the community who showed extraordinary acts of kindness following the attack. He signed the Book of Condolence at Manchester Cathedral, and paid tribute to the city’s “strength and togetherness.”

Later, the Duke of Cambridge also visited Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital to privately meet with families who have been supported following the attack.

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