Prince William made quite an impression on the public during his ‘hugely successful’ trip to the United States.
William, the heir to the throne "won over Americans" with his strong and focused approach towards making a difference.
According to a royal expert, the Prince of Wales showcased a sense of duty, which can be set as an example for his brother, Prince Harry.
Royal biographer Angela Levin explained, "William’s visit has been hugely successful, he has fared extremely well. He’s very kind and very accessible. He asks questions and doesn’t tell anyone what to do, or preach at them like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle."
The royal expert also noted that the Prince of Wales is "comfortable in his own skin and cares" about the public.
Levin further explained her observations about William as she recalled the time when the father-of-three first realised what it was going to be like as his role developed within the Firm.
She shared, "When Prince William was first realising what it was going to be like to be King, he didn’t want to do it. He didn’t want to cut ribbons or stand there and smile and be the name of a charity. That’s not what he felt was important."
Levin also explained that King Charles III has been pivotal in his transition by "shaping" his own role as heir to the throne.
"William’s father has given him the ability to be heir to the throne in a way that he wants to do it, which has allowed him to focus on helping people. With Catherine’s assistance, they have been able to pick out very important things and make a big change in people's lives."
Angela Levin noted that William holds an army of fans as he is "incredibly down to earth" and "gives off a warmth that people feel when they talk to him".
Prince William’s recent trip to the US was mainly focused on promoting the Earthshot Prize. He also revealed the finalists ahead of the award ceremony in Singapore in November.
During his visit, William also visited a firehouse, right next to the World Trade centre. He also paid his respects to the memorial wall, dedicated to the servicemen and women who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, and then visited the Ten House Bravest Memorial.
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