In the photo above, Prince William greets a flight crew from London’s Air Ambulance Charity. (Photo Instagram/@kensingtonroyal)
Prince William was flying high at London’s Air Ambulance Charity ball yesterday.
The Duke of Cambridge served as the Patron of the charity’s 30th Anniversary Gala last night in London where he greeted paramedics, doctors and pilots who attended the black-tie dinner in uniforms.
The prince called the service “world class.”
“Having served as an air ambulance pilot myself, I am in no doubt about the crucial lifeline that air ambulances provide all over the U.K.,” Prince William said, according to Access. “London has some of the most difficult airspace in the world in which to offer an air ambulance service.”
“I landed on the London Air Ambulance helipad on multiple occasions during my job,” he added. “I can tell you that it is an essential part of the medical chain in London and speeds up the process of patients getting to care.”