Kate So Grateful To RAF Heroes In Kabul Airlift
Daily Express|September 16, 2021
The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday thanked RAF heroes who helped rescue Afghans from the Taliban – and heard their tales of bravery and daring under enormous pressure.
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