Duke of Kent Prince Edward visited the UK’s biggest presentation of Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s noteworthy rafts at Chatham memorable dockyard, 26 years in the wake of opening the first assortment in 1996.
The Buckingham Palace shared photographs of the Duke’s visit on its true Twitter handle on Wednesday.
The Duke has been the RNLI’s President for over 50 years.
During the visit, he was shown three of the cause’s most critical rafts, which between them have saved in excess of 300 lives adrift.
The Duke introduced Tina Smith, the RNLI Historic Lifeboat Collection Volunteer and previous raft team, with a 20-year Service Award for functional help at Gravesend Lifeboat Station.
“His Royal Highness met volunteers and staff at @HistoricRNLI prior to introducing a testament to honor his visit during The Queen’s #PlatinumJubilee year,” as per the tweet.
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