Prince William and Kate Middleton headed to London this afternoon, after visiting St Andrews University this morning, to sign a book of condolence for the victims of the earthquake in New Zealand. Prince Harry joined the couple at the country's High Commission in Haymarket. Kate and William have travelled the UK over the last couple of days, also christening a lifeboat in Wales. The trio followed in the footsteps of Prince Charles in showing their support. William released a statement on Tuesday to the Prime Minister of New Zealand saying:
"I was truly saddened to learn of the horrendous loss of life and damage that another earthquake has brought to the people of Christchurch. I join The Queen and The Prince of Wales in sending my deepest condolences and sympathy to those affected by this tragedy. I do so admire the bravery and commitment of all Cantabrians, particularly all those who, at this time, are working so hard to save the lives of others. It is particularly cruel that your famed resolve and strength are being tested yet again."