Spectators praised Prince William for his sensitive appearance in DIY SOS last night.
The 36-year-old Duke of Cambridge joined Nick Knowles and the BBC One show team as they rebuilt a Grenfell Tower boxing club that was destroyed in the deadly fire in June of last year.
The father of three got his hands dirty by painting one of the interior walls and spent time talking to construction workers, residents and local school children who were affected by the disaster that claimed 72 lives.
In an emotional moment, William told a 14-year-old boy who lost a close friend in the fire: "It's a horrible process to go through, you have the right people around you and I hope you talk about it."
Prince William, 36, joined Nick Knowles and the SOS DIY team as they rebuilt a Grenfell Tower boxing club that was destroyed in the deadly fire in June of last year. In an emotional moment, William spoke with a 14-year-old boy who lost a close friend in the fire, in the photo
Addressing Jodie, in the photo, William encouraged him not to contain his emotions. William's poignant exchange and quiet nature won praise from viewers
William, father of three children, spent time talking with volunteers and residents at the site. In the photo, talk to Jason Garcia, on the right, whose cousin Jessica died in the fire, in the episode of the previous night
Good-hearted William, whose house at Kensington Palace is a stone's throw from the construction site, a praise from viewers on Twitter, with one who describes it as a "credit for the nation"
The good-hearted display of royalty, whose house at Kensington Palace is a stone's throw away from the site of construction, a praise of the viewers, with one describing it as a "credit to the nation".
Another tweeted: "Very impressed with the responses of HRH Prince William and chatting with the team: he was motivating, knowledgeable and down to earth."
William joined the crew members in May of this year as they worked to replace the club and build a new community center at a site near the Grenfell Tower.
In the BBC special, which went on the air last night, he said: "I think everyone was surprised at how brutal and horrendous everything was.
DIY SOS viewers commented on the nature and sensitivity of Duke of Cambridge as they spoke with schoolchildren, volunteers and residents affected by the glow of the Tower block in London.
He also referred to the plight of residents who are still trapped in hotels as temporary homes.
"While people live in hotels, it's very difficult to return to a normal life, right?" He told a man who had lived on the 16th floor.
And when meeting 14-year-old Jodie, who lost a close friend, she encouraged him not to retain what happened.
I'm sorry to hear that. Have you found it hard enough after? The real asked the 14-year-old boy named Jodie.
Knowles and the DIY SOS team have been working on rebuilding the Dale Youth Boxing Club, which occupied the first floor of Grenfell Tower. In the photo, the fire in June of last year
Prince William got his hands dirty and lifted a roller to help paint an interior wall during his visit, in the photo. He conversed frankly with Knowles, on the left, about the devastation of the fire
The Royal described the Grenfell Tower fire as one of "the worst disasters in modern times" for the nation while talking to the presenter Knowles, right, about working at the boxing club
Yes, I did not know how to deal with that. Boxing is the main aspect that distracts me, I really enjoy it, "the amateur enthusiast responded.
William said: It's a horrible process to go through. You have the right people around you and I hope you talk about it.
& # 39; You have to talk about how much you miss your friends, that's perfectly normal and also keep boxing. I can see that shine in your eyes, you're going to be good. "
Prince William also shared a joke with presenter Nick Knowles about the royalty's previous visit to DIY SOS when he joined them in Manchester in 2015.
Prince William was shown around the construction site during his visit in May of this year, pictured. The episode that shows the extraordinary work of the DIY SOS team was broadcast last night
Royals then reflected on Grenfell with Nick as they painted the walls: "It was one of the worst disasters in modern times that I think of this country.
"I think everyone is trying to catch up with how to deal with such a terrible situation."
"But for the community they are reviving it all the time." Progress must happen and the union of the community is the first part of that. But there is still much to be done. "
A photo on the wall of the new gym recalls what the boxing club Daley Youth was like in its original location at Grenfell Tower. The gym was destroyed in mortal hell last year
The DIY SOS team worked tirelessly to offer the community a new gym, which was described as a "second home" by local school children. In the photo, the full-size boxing ring as a centerpiece
The new gym, in the photo, will allow the owners to continue their work training local youth to keep them away from the street. It comes complete with new equipment and showers