Prince William high-fives excited children
Prince William gave high-fives to excited school children in Scotland on Monday (24.10.16).
The Duke of Cambridge – who is known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland – was visiting Stirling Castle for the Thin Red Line campaign for the Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders Museum where he chatted with the youngsters.
And William also spoke about his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
He said: “I know my Grandmother holds a special affection for the Argyll’s, having been made their Colonel in Chief in 1947, a relationship that is acknowledged and continued within The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
“It is apparent to me that there is a real determination to succeed, and I am confident, that in 2019, we will have a new museum that does credit to this collection of national importance and will attract, inform and educate many thousands of visitors in the years ahead.
“The names of the Regiment’s dead can be found recorded on war memorials in every town and village nearby. They are part of the history of this great nation. We are the guardians of that memory, of their contribution and of their sacrifices.”