Duke of Cambridge expresses sorrow to families on visit to Christchurch attack mosque. Kensington Palace shared a video on Twitter of the duke speaking to women and Imam Gamal Fouda. The duke was later seen shaking hands as he left the mosque.
On a two day trip to New Zealand, Prince William visited the two mosques where a gunman killed 50 people in March. The Duke of Cambridge spoke to about 100 people, including survivors of the shootings.
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