Prince William recently honored servicemen and women deployed overseas. He disclosed to them that the country is appreciative of their services.
In a video call to mark Remembrance week, Prince William addressed military staff currently serving in Somalia, Qatar, and The Gulf, as shown in the video recently posted to Twitter by the Ministry of Defence.
"I hope that you know that we are still thinking about all of you and the important job you're all doing, and that everyone is very grateful," the Duke of Cambridge told them.
The 38-year-old prince then recalled his time at sea. He said that he was beasted by people like Damon on the Iron Duke. In every case, the on-deck PT was quite an enjoyable afternoon, William said, adding:
"I think after a number of lockdowns I might need your PT skills to help get back into shape again."
Damon replied, telling William, who has been second in the line of succession to the British throne, that he is always on the end of Zoom call at whatever point the Duke is prepared.
As reported by Hello Magazine, over 11,000 members of British Armed Forces personnel are currently deployed worldwide. William said that it is interesting at Remembrance to have that chance to reflect all the roles that the British forces are playing.
Back in June, William made his first public appearance since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United Kingdom. The royal visited ambulance workers in Norfolk, as reported by Fox News.
William previously revealed his soft spot for chocolate during Easter.
During his visit, William opened up about the extra time he had at home. According to the prince, he has done a lot of baking at home, and that chocolate goes down very well.
William previously revealed his soft spot for chocolate during Easter. At the time, he and his wife Kate Middleton joined in their first-ever royal engagement by means of a video call with a school.
William shared that there will be a lot of chocolate being eaten in their home. Kate then quipped that her husband keeps eating them. The royal couple, who exchanged their wedding vows in April 2011, shares three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
That same month, William also shared that baking is the key to keeping his bundle of joys excited during the novel coronavirus lockdown, as reported by PEOPLE.
George, Charlotte, and Louis have been attacking the kitchen, he explained. It has quite recently been an explosion of flour and chocolate all over, the Duke told the owner of a family-owned bakery, called Smiths The Bakers.
William quipped that with all the baking, he's stressed over the waistline of the country too. He added that he thinks they have all eaten many cakes and chocolates.