Prince William and his brother Prince Harry are known for speaking in support of mental health awareness, veteran care, and now the Prince is hoping to encourage the public to stay safe and get the coronavirus vaccine.

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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have bravely gotten the COVID-19 vaccine and their grandson Prince William is hoping that will inspire more and more countrymen to follow suit. Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton have been making sure to check in with the NHS frontline workers and the vaccine creators all along the way during the pandemic. 

Both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made it clear that they want what is best for the public and have been trying to uplift the people and keep as many people as safe as possible. Now that the vaccine is becoming more and more available, Prince William is doing his best to spread the word and encourage the people to take it. 

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On the Kensington Royal social media pages, the Duke posted footage of him speaking with frontline workers and volunteers about the vaccine. He said, "My grandparents have had the vaccine and I'm very proud of them for doing that. It's really important that everyone gets the vaccine."

Brilliant William eloquently expressed his gratuity with, "I know what a massive difference it is going to make to everyone. It is also worth pointing out I think that this isn't something that happens really easily and that everyone has access to around the world. This is because we have a world-leading NHS and we have the right people, research, and development here."

Watch the footage here:

Prince William gave the keynote speech in Dublin on Wednesday.

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