Prince William personally intervened to get Afghan officer and family to the UK
The Metro says Prince William personally stepped in to ensure that an Afghan officer he knew from Sandhurst was able to flee the country with his family.
The Duke of Cambridge, 39, heard the former cadet was trapped in Kabul following the Taliban’s swift takeover and asked his equerry, Naval officer Rob Dixon, to contact personnel in the region.
Following the intervention, the officer, who William met during his training at the military academy in Berkshire, and his relatives were able to get into the airport and board a flight to the UK.
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