Kensington Palace throwback snap shows Prince William and Prince Harry play in a fire truck with Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall on a 1988 outing – while Princess Diana watches
- Kensington Palace Instagram has shared photos on the occasion of Emergency Services Day
- 1988 shows snap Prince William, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, in the yard of the fire station
- Together with Peter Philips and Zara Tindall on the grounds of Sandringham House
- Duke today visits the Harcombe House center of The Fire Fighters Charity in Devon
Kensington Palace shared a cute throwback photo with Prince William, Prince Harry and their late mother Princess Diana on the occasion of Emergency Services Day.
In one of the four snaps placed at the palace Instagram account, the Duke of Cambridge, 37, playing with The Duke of Sussex, 34, and cousins Peter Phillips, 41, and Zara Tindall, 38, in the yard of the Old Fire Station on the grounds of Sandringham House in 1988.
Prince William and Prince Harry wear fire brigade helmets and jump aboard a fire truck. They wear light blue jackets, while Peter puts on a brown tweed jacket and pretends to be behind the wheel.
Meanwhile, Zara rings the bell, while the late Princess Diana sees the fun unfold in the background.
Kensington Palace shared a cute retrospective of Prince William, Prince Harry and Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall playing on a fire truck in Sandringham on January 3, 1988 in Sandringham, England (photo). The late Princess Diana can be seen in the background
In the post, the caption explains that the first of the four photos was taken in the yard of the old fire station on the Sandringham House site in 1988 (photo)
The photos were uploaded alongside a caption with the text: & # 39; Today marks # 999DayUK, when we thank our incredible police, fire and emergency medical services and all our specialized emergency services for all they do to us to keep it safe. & # 39;
In a second moment, the Duke of Cambridge meets firefighters during a visit to the Westway Sports Center, which temporarily housed those made homeless in the Grenfell Tower disaster in western London on June 16, 2017.
The third photo was taken during the Duke's visit to Royal London Hospital to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Air Ambulance in London on January 9.
Meanwhile, the fourth shows the royal at the Metropolitan Police Service fainting parade alongside Chief Inspector Penny Banham at Peel House in Hendon on November 3, 2017.
The Duke of Cambridge also shared a photo when he met firefighters during a visit to the Westway Sports Center, which temporarily houses homeless people in the Grenfell Tower disaster in western London on June 16, 2017
Kensington Palace has thanked our & # 39; incredible police. Fire and emergency services & # 39; uploaded to their Instagram account (photo)
The caption continued: & # 39; Regarding the extraordinary work of our emergency services, the Duke of Cambridge said: & # 39; As a society, we owe our well-being, and indeed our lives, to the men and women in our emergency services who work tirelessly to protect us in some of the most difficult circumstances. & # 39;
& # 39; It is only fitting that we should recognize the vital role they play and pay tribute to the courage and dedication of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities. & # 39;
The Instagram post comes shortly before the father of three is expected to arrive at the Harcombe House center of The Fire Fighters Charity in Devon today.
During his visit, the duke heard about the support that the charity offers to members of the British fire and rescue services and their families.
His Royal Highness will also meet representatives of the wider emergency services community during the visit on the occasion of the First Aid Day.
999 Day aptly starts every year at 9 a.m. on 9th September (the 9th hour of the 9th day of the 9th month) and is held to pay tribute to the invaluable work performed by the emergency services and the emergency services.
Prince William could be seen under the four snaps during a visit to the Royal London Hospital for the 30th anniversary celebration of Air Ambulance in London on January 9, 2019 (photo)
The last uploaded photo shows the Duke of Cambridge who attended the Metropolitan Police Service during the parade alongside Chief Inspector Penny Banham at Peel House in Hendon on November 3, 2017
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