Prince William’S Surprise Statement After Solo Wedding Appearance

Prince William Attends Friend’s Wedding Solo, Releases Statement Commemorating D-Day

Prince William, the heir to the British throne, has broken his silence after attending a friend’s wedding without his wife, Kate Middleton. The Prince of Wales shared a post on his and Princess Kate’s social media accounts, marking the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings and expressing gratitude to a decorated war veteran.

William’s D-Day Commemoration

On Thursday, William stood in for his father, King Charles, at a large international ceremony in Normandy, France, commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day. The future King paid tribute to Major General Richard Rohmer, a veteran of the landings, for his bravery and service.

William shared a series of photos and a video clip on social media, captioning them: “Honoured to mark #DDay80 with Major General Richard Rohmer at Juno beach this week. Thank you for your service and giving us the future we enjoy today.”

Wedding Appearance Sans Kate

A day later, William made a solo appearance at the wedding of Hugh Grosvenor, the Duke of Westminster, to Olivia Henson at Chester Cathedral in northern England. Princess Kate was notably absent from the event, sparking speculation about their whereabouts.

Professional and Personal

William’s social media post highlights his commitment to both his public and private life. The Prince of Wales is actively involved in military commemorations and supports veterans’ causes, while his solo appearance at his friend’s wedding showcases his personal connections.

Subsequent Events

Following the D-Day anniversary and the Grosvenor wedding, Prince William and Princess Kate attended a simple, charming staycation spot. The royal couple visited an Airbnb host who provided rare insight into their down-to-earth nature.