Prince William remembers Lady Diana, during her visit to the shelter for the homeless: “You still inspire me”

“You still inspire me”, these are the words in memory of the mother Diana. The principe William he fondly reminded the homeless of his own first visit with Lady D. at the homeless shelter. The Duke of Cambridge, yesterday, recalled with love and tenderness his first visits to the charity for the homeless in central London.

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Lady Diana yes it always is distinguished by its closeness to the people and the poor. For her there charity it was not a duty, but something in which he believed. And the principe William is trying to carry on, following in his footsteps, those values ​​that the mother she has always tried to pass on to her children with love and dedication. The Duke of Cambridge attended a awards ceremony to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Passage, where he reunited with homeless exes who changed their lives thanks to that place.

In a speech at the event, at the headquarters of the charity in central London, the Duke said: “In the many years that I have visited The Passage, first with my mother when I was just a little boy, then alone, I developed a great affection for everyone who is here. Whenever I come here, I am touched by your warmth and from your cordiality, and from the dignity and respect you show to every single person who enters through this door ».

The Duke, that is became patron of The Passage in 2019, he claimed to have found “particularly stimulating»The meeting with former customers and visitors of the center that they were helped by the charity in time of need and afterwards they returned to help others.

Last updated: Friday 1 October 2021, 15:34