Prince William and Princess Kate carried out engagements in MerseysidePhoto: Getty Images

Prince William responds to royal well-wisher’s comment amid Prince Harry’s book release

Just two days after Prince Harry made an astounding number of claims in his memoir, the Prince and Princess of Wales were advised to “keep going” as they resumed their royal duties.

When Prince William and Princess Catherine arrived at the brand-new Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Thursday, they were greeted with raucous applause.


William and Kate received a warm welcome in Merseyside
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When the couple arrived at the hospital, someone yelled as they got out of the car, “Were you hurt by the comments in Harry’s book, Sir?” However, there was no reply, and it was unsure if they heard.

In his book Spare, the Duke of Sussex wrote about a fight he had with his brother William and revealed information about a dispute between his wife, Meghan Markle, and sister-in-law Catherine.


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Patient Sylvia Staniford, 81, who was among the crowds clamoring to shake hands inside, tightly grabbed William’s hand and said: “Keep moving forward. The Scousers adore you.”

William gave her a warm smile and said, “Yes, I will.”


Staff asked the couple for selfies during their visit
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Afterward, Mrs. Staniford stated: “That was undoubtedly a reference to Harry. He understood what I was referring to.”

Regarding the allegations in Harry’s book, Kensington Palace chose not to respond.

The Waleses met with staff members who had been working at the hospital during the busy winter season to thank them for their service and toured the critical care ward to see the hospital’s new facilities.



The largest hospital in the nation to offer inpatients 100% single en-suite bedrooms, the cutting-edge facility enhances patient experience, safety, and recovery.

Later, William and Catherine paid a visit to the Open Door Charity, which uses culture and creativity as a catalyst for change to support young adults in Merseyside with their mental health.


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King Charles also completed his first official engagement following the release of his son’s book, traveling to the Aberdeenshire community of Aboyne to tour the Aboyne and Mid Deeside Community Shed and meet with local organizations that provide assistance to those in need. Aboyne is close to the late Queen’s Balmoral estate.

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