Prince William would have liked to step up his efforts and help more in the midst of the UK coronavirus crisis. The Duke of Cambridge trained and then worked as a helicopter pilot in Wales and then in the East Anglian Air Ambulance and apparently wishes to return. However, royal commentator Angela Mollard revealed to the ROYALS podcast why it probably wouldn’t be possible.
“He has a skill, which is necessary at the moment.
“As Britain moves towards more people with coronavirus, he is keen to return to and participate in this work.
“It is unlikely to happen obviously because the reason he had to give up this job in the first place was that he had to take on more royal responsibilities. “
Last month, William recorded a message of support for the National Emergencies Trust’s fundraising call following the coronavirus outbreak.
In the video, he said, “Whenever adversity strikes, the people of the United Kingdom have the unique ability to pull themselves together.
“The way that local communities support those affected shows the best of our values and our human nature.
“The public’s desire to help after a tragedy must be managed and channeled in the best possible way, which is why the creation of a National Emergencies Trust was so important.
“I said when it launched last year that I feared the day it would be needed. Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 epidemic, this day has come faster than we expected, but now more than ever I am grateful that the National Emergencies Trust exists. ”