The Duke of Cambridge concluded his two-day visit to New Zealand by meeting a young superfan of his grandmother, the Queen.
A survivor of the Christchurch mosque attacks whose wife was killed in the tragedy broke down as he recalled his heartbreak to the Duke of Cambridge.
New Zealand has shown the world it will not be divided in the wake of the devastating Christchurch mosque shootings, the Duke of Cambridge has said.
The Duke of Cambridge has begun the second day of his visit to New Zealand by meeting the hospital medics who helped save lives in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
The Dean of Westminster has said the Christchurch mosques attack that brought “horror and death” to New Zealand must not drive apart friends of different religions.
The Dean of Westminster has prayed for an ”end to terror and for the triumph of peace” as he remembered the New Zealand mosques terrorist attack on Anzac Day.
The Duke of Cambridge has visited a young survivor of the Christchurch mosque attacks at her hospital bedside after she woke from a coma earlier this week.
The Duke of Cambridge offered his support as a “good friend” of New Zealand as he met police and medics who were among the first on the scene of the devastating Christchurch mosque attacks.
The Duke of Cambridge has received a hongi, a traditional Maori greeting, from New Zealand’s prime minister on arrival in Auckland.
The Duke of Cambridge was greeted with a traditional Maori nose rub from New Zealand’s prime minister as he visited a country still coming terms with the devastating mosque shootings.