Jun 22, 2016, 13:15
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the U.S. Embassy in London to pay their respects to the victims gunned down in a Florida nightclub.
The royals looked sombre as they were greeted by the US Ambassador in London, Matthew Barzun, before adding their comments.
After signing, TRH spoke with reps from the US embassy's LBGT network GLIFAA. As a mark of respect Kate wore a knee-length black and white dress teamed with a cropped black blazer.
Their message read: "With our deepest condolences and with our thoughts and prayers to all those affected. William, Catherine."
On Sunday 49 people were shot dead at a gay nightclub in Orlando, in what American authorities are calling the worst terror attack since 9/11.
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