Prince Harry Announces That Borough Market Is Open for Business After London Terror Attacks

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Prince Harry is helping to reopen a London staple! The 32-year-old royal visited Borough Market on Thursday morning to help officially announce that the popular tourist destination was open for business once more after the horrific London terror attack on June 3 that took place both in the market and on the nearby London Bridge. MORE: Kate Middleton Meets With Victims and First Responders From the London Terror Attack: Pics
Harry met with local traders whose business was affected when the market closed down in the weeks following the attack that took eight lives and injured many more. He walked around the covered market and met with security officer, Ganga Garbuja, who was the first person on the scene and led several people to safety.
Harry also picked up a box of donuts from Bread Ahead, a local company whose staff helped members of the public that night. In addition to the market vendors, Harry also visited the bars and restaurants surrounding the market that were very busy at the time.
The royal family has been focused on helping the people on London in the wake of the attack and shining a spotlight on the heroes who helped save lives. MORE: Prince Harry Meets With Singapore Muslim Community, Pays Tribute to Victims of London Bridge Terror Attack
Earlier this week, Kate Middleton visited King’s College Hospital to meet with victims and first responders. For more from the royals, watch the clip below!