Prince William's first address following Queen Elizabeth's death respects her.

05-10-2022

By Jawad Hussain

William misses his grandmother.

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Prince of Wales referenced Queen Elizabeth II in his first public statement since her death on Sept. 8 at a London wildlife summit.

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William told People that nature is one of our greatest advantages. "My father and grandfather taught me this at a young age.

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Both my parents are naturalists, and my grandma cared deeply about the environment.

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In times of loss, it's comforting to honor the departed via our work, he said. I'm heartened by our efforts in ending illegal wildlife trade.

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Prince William and The Royal Foundation launched the platform in 2014 to protect endangered animals from unlawful trading. 

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Our objective is to promote cross-sector collaboration to prevent traffickers from profiting from illegal wildlife goods.

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The father of three mourned the Queen's death in a statement.

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It said, "She was there for my happiest times." "She was beside me at my saddest days." Life without Grannie won't feel real for a while.

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"We appreciate her kindness." I applaud her on behalf of my generation for offering an example of service and dignity in public life from a different era, but applicable to us all.

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The prospective heir has appeared before since the Queen's death and funeral. They visited Wales last week.

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