Prince William signs a book of condolence at the British Consulate in Auckland
Prince William signs a book of condolence in memory of those who where killed and injured in the terrorist attacks on London, at the British Consulate in Auckland July 9, 2005. Prince William signed the book in-between performing official duties and watching the British and Irish Lions tests during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself.
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