The Prince of Wales made a call to Australian emergency service workersPhoto: Getty Images

Prince William donates to help flood victims in Australia

On Friday, Prince William had a difficult conversation with emergency service personnel who are assisting in Australia’s flood recovery efforts.

The royal also discussed the floods with indigenous leaders and small business owners who had been impacted. William was heard saying in a video clip that was circulated online: “We have people like you guys looking out for each other and supporting each other – that’s what really matters, and so you are getting everyone through it.”


The Prince gave a small insight into his home

He added: “Some people will be suffering in silence, so please make sure you are taking care of yourself and those in your communities who need you. Just want to make sure you’re all watching out for one another and yourselves. It’s very significant.”

With his wife, the Princess of Wales, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, William made the call from his residence in Windsor.

His background image featured a sizable wooden unit filled with decorative items, ranging from china plates to a white ornament depicting a man riding a horse.

What appears to be a study area inside the property was completed by an empty armchair and a painting that was hanging on a beige wall.


William and Kate’s last visit to Australia was in 2014
Photo: Getty Images


In addition to the message, Kensington Palace also made it known that William had donated money to the Australian Red Cross, which is assisting the affected regions.

William and Catherine reportedly planned to travel to Australia in 2020 to visit coastal communities that had been impacted by that year’s bushfires.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the visit was canceled.

The nation has special meaning for the royal couple because they took Prince George there for the first time on a royal tour in 2014, when he was only a year old.

William and Catherine might visit the nation later this year, though. Anthony Albanese, the Australian prime minister, suggested that this might be the case in an interview with ITV last year, though nothing official has been confirmed.



The now-Prince and Princess of Wales visiting Australia has been the subject of some preliminary discussions, he said. The royal family has always been welcomed to visit Australia, and they will be again, of course.

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