The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out with Prince William earlier this month to visit Newham Ambulance Station in east London. It started to rain as the royal couple, who had an umbrella, were chatting to paramedics and staff.
In a caring gesture, Kate made sure the woman she was speaking to was also given an umbrella.
William can be heard saying: “I feel bad you haven’t got an umbrella. Would you like one?”
Kate added: “Is there a spare? There’s a spare one.”
The woman insisted she was fine but Kate’s protection officer stepped forward to hand her an umbrella.
During the royal engagement, the Cambridges heard from crews about their experiences of working during one of the most challenging periods in the London Ambulance Service’s history.
William and Kate also heard more about the mental health and wellbeing support provided to staff at the station.
The Duchess looked typically stylish in a long camel-coloured double-breasted coat with a floral face mask.
William was smart in a navy face mask and matching overcoat.
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But William and Kate have put the drama to one side as they have continued with their royal duties.
And the Royal Family made clear they did not agree with all of the Sussexes’ version of events.
A statement released by Buckingham Palace after the interview highlighted how “some recollections may vary”.
During another royal engagement after Meghan and Harry’s interview, William angrily denied accusations of racism against the royals.
US presenter Gayle King claimed Harry had spoken to his older brother following the explosive interview.
But she said the talks were “not productive”.