Caring Prince William

Britain’s Prince William has been praised for his caring nature.
The royal was flying the air ambulance helicopter which was called to a nursery in Essex last month after youngster Luke Sawyer suffered a peanut allergy and Luke’s mother has praised William for keeping Luke calm by making him a puppet out of a surgical glove.
Luke’s mother Donna told the Daily Mirror: “We thought it was a really touching thing for Prince William to do as it really took Luke’s mind off everything that was going on.
“He works really hard and went beyond the call of duty to put Luke at ease.
“When it was time for him to go back to school he asked me to put it in the boot of the car because he was scared it might fly away.
“Luke is only a couple of months older than Prince George as well which I think he quite likes.
“He keeps making us google Prince William to show him pictures and even since then he has idolised him.”
William – who has children Prince George, two and Princess Charlotte, 10 months, with his wife Duchess Catherine – works 20 hours a week with the East Anglian Air Ambulance and donates his salary to charity.
Donna added: “All the staff who helped to look after Luke were brilliant. Everyone at the hospital, the doctors on the ambulance and Prince William himself – I want to say thank you.”