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Prince William wishes Child Reavement trustee ‘the best of luck’

The Duke of Cambridge has shared a video message in support of the Child Bereavement UK charity.

Prince William, 38, appeared on the charity’s Instagram page in a short message wishing “ the best of luck ” to trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons, who is traveling from London to Stockholm today to raise money for charity.

The royal, who is a patron of the charity, admitted that he is “doing a very arduous job of bringing relatives back together.”

Alexander’s journey will see him kayaking, swimming, running and cycling 2020km for the 2020 challenge.

The Duke of Cambridge has shared a video message in support of the Child Bereavement UK charity

The Duke of Cambridge has shared a video message in support of the Child Bereavement UK charity

William wore a denim shirt and appeared in front of a white-paneled wall: “Hi Alex, good luck with your epic challenge. I hope it goes very well.

‘You collect money for a fantastic organization. As a patron of Child Bereavement UK, I cannot thank you enough for raising money for a brilliant group of people.

‘You’re doing a really tough job working with next of kin and trying to get people’s lives back on track, so good luck, and I hope it goes really well.

The video message was shared on the charity’s Instagram account and quickly gained 4,500 views and hundreds of responses.

Prince William, 38, appeared on the charity's Instagram page in a short message wishing 'good luck' to trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons, seen, who is traveling from London to Stockholm to raise money for charity today.

Prince William, 38, appeared on the charity's Instagram page in a short message wishing 'good luck' to trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons, seen, who is traveling from London to Stockholm to raise money for charity today.

Prince William, 38, appeared on the charity’s Instagram page in a brief message wishing ‘good luck’ to trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons, seen, who is traveling from London to Stockholm to raise money for charity today.

The accompanying caption read: ‘Our Patron the Duke of Cambridge has sent a beautiful statement of support to our trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons, who today embarks on an epic journey from London to Stockholm in support of Child Reavement UK.

His challenge is to kayak, swim, run and cycle 2,020+ km. # 2020kmchallenge2020 ‘.

Child Bereavement UK supports families and trains professionals both when a baby or child of any age dies or dies, and when a child is faced with grief.

The charity’s vision is that all families receive the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child mourns or when a child dies.

William wore a denim shirt and appeared in front of a white-paneled wall: “Hi Alex, good luck with your epic challenge. I hope it goes very well.

William wore a denim shirt and appeared in front of a white-paneled wall: “Hi Alex, good luck with your epic challenge. I hope it goes very well.

William wore a denim shirt and appeared in front of a white-paneled wall: “Hi Alex, good luck with your epic challenge. I hope it goes very well.

The royal, who is a patron of the charity, admitted that he is “doing a very arduous job of bringing relatives back together.”

Last year marked 25 years since we helped families rebuild their lives after the devastating grief of children.

Prince William, whose mother Diana, Princess of Wales died when he was 15, became a patron of the royal charity in 2009.

Diana was a strong supporter of Child Bereavement UK and William highlighted the importance of her work in a comment on her website.

Last May, Prince William took part in the BBC documentary A Royal Team Talk: Tackling Mental Health, talking about the impact the loss of his mother had at a young age.

During the show, host Dan Walker asked the father of three about the importance of discussing grief, especially in light of the princess’s death.

William said, “I think when you grieve at a very young age … you feel pain like no other pain. And you know that it will be very difficult in your life to come across something that will get worse. pain than that. ‘

But, he added optimistically: “It also brings you so close to all those other relatives.”

Prince William, pictured, said it was 'with great pride' that he stood before the guests as a patron of the charity and added that 'Child Bereavement UK is a truly remarkable organization' at last year's 25th anniversary gala dinner

Prince William, pictured, said it was 'with great pride' that he stood before the guests as a patron of the charity and added that 'Child Bereavement UK is a truly remarkable organization' at last year's 25th anniversary gala dinner

Prince William, pictured, said it was ‘with great pride’ that he stood before the guests as a patron of the charity and added that ‘Child Bereavement UK is a truly remarkable organization’ at last year’s 25th anniversary gala dinner

The charity was founded in September 1994 as The Child Bereavement Trust by Jenni Thomas OBE, rooted in her NHS experience, who worked for the charity for the first 15 years.

The charity’s work was launched and established with Julia Samuel MBE as founder and patron of the Royal College of Nursing in the presence of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Each year, the charity trains more than 10,000 professionals to help them better understand and meet the needs of grieving families.

Other patrons of Child Bereavement UK are Mary Berry, Gary Barlow, Joey Essex, Alan Titchmarsh and Sir Michael Parkinson.

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