Kate Middleton makes rare statement on social media about Sabina Nessa’s death: ‘I am saddened by the loss of another innocent young woman on our streets’

Kate Middleton makes a rare statement after the death of Sabina Nessa. (Photo by Keith Mayhew/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Kate Middleton made a rare statement on social media after the murder of another young woman in London.

Earlier this week, Sabina Nessa, a 28-year-old school teacher, was murdered on the short walk from her South London home to the local pub, where she met a friend, authorities said.

Detective Inspector Joe Garrity of the London Metropolitan release said in a: “Sabina’s journey should have taken just over five minutes, but she never reached her destination. We know the community is justifiably shocked by this murder – as are we – and we are using all the resources at our disposal to help the responsible person.”

Police have released video footage from that night and have called on the public to share information. So far, two men, who have not been publicly named, have been arrested in connection with the crime.

On Twitter, about the situation, writing: “I am saddened by the loss of another innocent young woman in our streets. My thoughts are with Sabina’s family and friends, and all those affected by this tragic event.”

The Duchess of Cambridge signed the note with a ‘C’ before her first name, Catherine.

Followers on Twitter thanked the royal family for expressing their condolences. One of them said: “Thank you for speaking out about this! What happened to Sabina was so sad… Every woman should live in a safe place! My condolences to her family and may she rest in peace.”

Another added: “Nothing will bring Sabina back, but we can all work together to make a better future for women. I’d love to see you support an organization that fights violence against women.”

Middleton’s statement comes months after the royal appeared at a memorial to Sarah Everard, the 33-year-old London marketing manager who was murdered while walking home at night. Her body was found in Kent a week after she disappeared. Wayne Couzens, a Metropolitan Police officer, eventually .

At the time, of Middleton’s appearance at Everard’s wake: ‘She wanted to pay her respects to Sarah and her family. She remembers what it felt like to walk through London at night.”