Prince William received the most touching gift today when he visited The Passage, a charity that supports London's homeless. There to tour the non-profit's newly renovated facilities and meet members of The Passage's community, the Duke of Cambridge was presented with a framed photo from a private trip he made to the charity in 1994 with his mother, Princess Diana, and brother, Prince Harry.
In the photo, a then 12-year-old Prince William looks adorable in a bright red Lacoste polo as he smiles big next to one of the men living at the shelter. Prince Harry sits on his mom's lap and is equally as cute in a matching green polo, while Princess Diana looks as glamorous as ever in a simple white shirt, loose-fitting pants, and a statement belt. According to the caption, this was the second time the trio had visited Passages.
Upon receiving the framed photo, William looked extremely touched, smiling big as he looked down at the snap. What a special gift!
HRH is presented with a framed photograph taken during a private visit to The Passage with his mother and brother in 1994. The Duke of Cambridge visited today to see how the charity, which is the UK's largest resource centre for homeless people, continues to encourage, inspire and challenge people to make lasting and long-term changes to their lives.