While the Duchess of Cambridge is at home with their three kids - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis - the Duke paid tribute to his wife of seven years by recreating one of her childhood photos - over thirty years after it was taken! "It's great honor for me to be able to say thank you, symbolically, to the British people who saved my life".
His Royal Highness Duke of Cambridge, who is the second-in-line to the British throne, will stay at the British-era King David Hotel in Jerusalem on Monday night and will be visiting the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum on Tuesday morning. The princess died in 1969, and in 1988 her remains were brought to Jerusalem. "[I'm] trying to comprehend the scale".
Prince William laid a wreath at the Holocaust remembrance centre Yad Vashem and was shown around the museum's Hall of Names, a virtual cemetery where names and details of millions of victims are recorded.
Yad Vashem's Chairman Avner Shalev will accompany Prince William who will participate in a memorial ceremony in the Hall of Remembrance, visit the Children's Memorial, and sign the Yad Vashem Guest Book. William's marks the first time a member of Britain's royal family visited Israel as an official representative of the London government.
She said Israeli and Palestinian officials had pointed out to her it was a highly politicised place so people would be scrutinising his every step and every comment.
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The following day, he is scheduled to meet Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, before meeting Palestinian refugees and youth.
Israel defines Jerusalem as its "eternal and indivisible" capital, while the Palestinians see east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.
Prince William, who's now riding solo on his tour of the Middle East-fair, considering Kate is still technically on maternity leave after giving birth two to Prince Louis two months ago-stopped in Jordan on Sunday to meet with Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, Syrian refugee children benefiting from UNICEF's programs, young entrepreneurs in the region, and members of the country's British Embassy.
In Jordan, the prince attended a reception marking the birthday of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and toured the ruins of the Roman city of Jerash, a major tourist attraction his wife had visited as a child when she and her family lived in Jordan.