Prince William & RAF Crew Make Heroic Helicopter Rescue
He’s a knight in shining armor as the future King of England, and Prince William led an effort that saved two teenage girls from drowning yesterday (August 16).
The Duke of Cambridge and his fellow RAF crew were on their way back from a mission when their helicopter received a distress call that two sisters, ages 13 and 16, had been overtaken by a rip tide off the coast of Anglesey.
What’s most impressive is that William and his team were able to respond quite rapidly to the call, showing up on the scene in a mere 38 seconds.
Called one of the Royal Air Force’s “fastest and shortest” operations, both ladies were successfully rescued and rushed to a nearby hospital.
They're one of the most beloved couples in the world, and Prince William and Kate Middleton are the subjects of a newly-unveiled wax figure project.
Earlier today (August 17), the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wax likenesses were introduced at the British embassy in Berlin, Germany.
According to a report, the statues were based on Will and Kate’s appearance at the January 2012 premiere of “War Horse,” hence Middleton’s figure includes a nude Temperley dress.
The Prince William and Kate Middleton wax figures will be on display at the embassy for the next three months, at which point they’ll move to Berlin’s Madame Tussaud’s museum.
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