Duchess of Cambridge visits London Bridge attack victims

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The latest London terror attack saw three Islamic terrorists - all shot dead by police - crash a auto into crowds on London Bridge before making their way towards the busy pubs and restaurants of nearby Borough Market, where they randomly attacked innocent bystanders with knives.

Broxtowe Youth Homelessness, who are based in Church Walk, Stapleford, held the food donation event today (Monday, June 12) under the tag "Tell Them Chrissy Sent You" - which was been used by Christine's parents to encourage others to help people in need.

The Westminster and London Bridge attacks in London put a "lot of stretch" on the Metropolitan Police, its second in command has said. Kate Middleton even showed some personality and met with the hospital staff, most of whom treated the patients.

And another instructor said they had seen waiting lists "backing up" as they looked for staff to teach classes.

Kate styled her hair into her classic, sleek 'do with slight curls in the ends of her tresses.

The Duchess arrived at King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, south London, this afternoon, for a low-key visit which was not publicised in advance so that hospital staff could continue their vital work as normal. She was greeted by the hospital's chief executive, Nick Moberly, and professor Julia Wendon.

It was the percentage of the stabbing victims who were female that was most upsetting to the staff, said head of nursing Lynne Watkins-Hulme, according to the London Evening Standard. We don't think the Met can take any more budget cuts and savings.

In total 14 victims were taken to the hospital, one of whom was "walking wounded" and able to leave quickly after being seen by emergency staff. "It gives the patients a lift, and it gives the staff a lift that they are being recognized".

'Someone like that coming along and recognising that, it is a massive lift'.

The attacks come days ahead of a June 8 election and less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at a music concert by U.S singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in northern England.

"He was showing his respect and gratitude for what we did", police community support officer Chris Jenkins, who was among the first responders after the bombing, told People of William's visit.

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