Prince William Breaks Royal Protocol to Hug Distraught Victim of London Fire in Touching Moment: Pic

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Some things are more important than protocol. Prince William took a moment on Friday to help comfort one of the victims of London’s Grenfell Tower fire.

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The 34-year-old Duke of Cambridge was photographed hugging a grieving woman desperate to find her missing husband. The hug was a break in royal protocol as members of the public are only allowed to shake hands with the royals.

The devastating fire, which took place on June 13, has taken the lives of at least 79 people as rescuers continue their efforts.

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Prince William visited the site with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, on Friday ahead of the annual Trooping the Colour parade.

William’s precious family, including Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George, were all in attendance at Saturday's event.

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The royal family has been very active in comforting members of the public in light of the tragic events that have befallen London and the United Kingdom recently. Prince William and Queen Elizabeth previously visited victims of the Manchester bombing from the May 22 Ariana Grande concert. Kate Middleton met with victims and first responders of the London terror attack earlier this month, and Prince Harry visited Borough Market to show that the popular tourist destination was reopened for business following the attack.

For more from the royals, watch the clip below.

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