Prince William becomes the first Monarch to show vested interest and support for the LGBT community.
Prince William, Prince Harry and Duchess Kate have shown interest in a lot of charity work and peace related social work. They have actively participated in a lot causes and have been personally involved in making the changes that they prefer to see.
Don't Miss: Sam's Club Black Friday 2016 Details
One of those changes just came to the world when it might need it the most. Following the gay club Pulse in Orlando, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge signed their names in the condolences register in the American Embassy in England.
Furthermore, the Duke himself invited to meet the team of Attitude magazine and a collection of people belonging to the LGBT community to share their stories, according to Telegraph.
Attitude is the first popularly sold gay magazine in the UK. The team from Attitude facilitated the discussion between Prince William and his guests at Kensington Palace.
The invited guests told Prince William that they had been bullied and abused because of their sexuality. They also told him that they have gone through various ailments due to bullying including depression, drug abuse, suicide and eating disorders. They also recounted the stories of the parents who had lost their children due to bullying because of their sexuality.
While expressing his views on the matter, Prince William said that no one deserves to be bullied for any reason whatsoever. According to CNN, he said that the no one has to put up with the kind of hate that these people had endured.
He added that the young gay, lesbian and transgender individuals he met through Attitude are truly brave to speak out and to give hope to people who are going through terrible bullying right now. Their sense of strength and optimism should give us all encouragement to stand up to bullying wherever we see it.
Don't Miss: The Best HDR TVs
He also posed for the cover of the magazine and in the process became the first monarch ever to do so. This is the sign of changing times that the younger generation of monarchs seems to understand and bring with them.