News

Prince William and Duchess Kate pay respects to Paris victims

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were not immune to the shock of Friday night's terrorist attacks in Paris.

On Tuesday, the British royals honored the 129 who died and the 352 who were injured with a visit to London's French Embassy.

Jonathan Brady / AP
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge signs the book of condolences offering their sympathies for the victims of the attack in Paris accompanied by Britain's Prince William, not pictured, at the French Embassy, Knightsbridge, London, Tuesday. Nov. 17, 2015. The visit marks another effort by Britain's royal family to demonstrate their solidarity with the French people. The second-in-line to the throne is joining Prime Minister David Cameron at London's Wembley Stadium on Tuesday to watch a friendly soccer match between England and France. (Jonathan Brady/Pool Photo via AP)

There, William wrote in a book of condolences: "To all those who have died and were injured in the heartless attacks in Paris, and to all the people in France: nos plus sincères condoléances."

The message was signed by each, "William" and "Catherine" respectively.

Reuters
Britain's Prince William, watched by Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and French Ambassador to London Sylvie Bermann, signs the book of condolences for the victims of the attacks in Paris, at the French Embassy, Knightsbridge, London, November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Brady/Pool

Both William and Kate dressed in dark colors to mark the solemn occasion.

Jonathan Brady / AP
Britain's Prince William, left, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, center, speak to French Ambassador to London Sylvie Bermann, before signing the book of condolences offering their sympathies for the victims of the attack in Paris, at the French Embassy, Knightsbridge, London, Tuesday. Nov. 17, 2015. The visit marks another effort by Britain's royal family to demonstrate their solidarity with the French people. The second-in-line to the throne is joining Prime Minister David Cameron at London's Wembley Stadium on Tuesday to watch a friendly soccer match between England and France. (Jonathan Brady/Pool Photo via AP)
Reuters
Britain's Prince William, and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge's signatures are seen in the book of condolences for the victims of the attacks in Paris, at the French Embassy, Knightsbridge, London, November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Brady/Pool

Earlier on Tuesday, Prime Minister David Cameron also signed the book.

Later, Cameron joined William at London's Wembley Stadium to watch the soccer match between England and France.

Closed Captioning
apply | reset x
font
size
T
T
T
T
color

Watch Father-Son Conversation About Paris Terror Attacks

Play Video - 1:21

Watch Father-Son Conversation About Paris Terror Attacks

Play Video - 1:21

More video

TOP