Prince William helps aide as he slips on pavement

September 22, 2016

According to BBC:

The Duke of Cambridge was one of several people to help the Queen’s representative in Essex when he appeared to slip and fall on a wet pavement.

Jonathan Douglas-Hughes, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Essex, was introducing Prince William to local dignitaries in Harlow when he slipped outside the Stewards Academy school.

A gasp went up from about 30 well-wishers as he landed on his back and he was helped to his feet by William and others.

Mr Douglas-Hughes turned to William and said “Sorry about that”, and the Duke replied “No, it’s all right.”

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