In Pictures: Princes hail ‘inspiring’ police officers at royal reception
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry hosted a reception at Kensington Palace for winners of the Metropolitan Police Excellence Awards.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have praised “impressive” and “inspiring” police officers, staff and volunteers who have won awards for their work.
The brothers met winners of the Metropolitan Police Excellence Awards at a reception in Kensington Palace where one officer joked William’s children could join the police cadets.
William and Harry also met Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood who won an outstanding contribution award for his efforts in rushing to help Pc Keith Palmer during the Westminster terror attack.
Today, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry met the inspirational winners of The Met Excellence Awards. The Awards took place last week and recognise @metpoliceuk officers, staff and volunteers for their work serving and protecting the public. pic.twitter.com/iDsDG0YlmW— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 13, 2018
The Duke and Prince Harry heard about many inspiring and humbling acts of bravery and dedication by @metpoliceuk officers and staff, as well as the work of volunteers who selflessly give up their time to keep London safe. pic.twitter.com/UgYWs6X4sL— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 13, 2018