Prince William also gets bullied. Don't believe us? Well, then hear it from the Duke's mouth. The second in line to the throne revealed names of five people he would turn to in such times.
According to Daily Mail, the Duke of Cambridge visited a bullying prevention workshop on Monday at Hammersmith Academy in London, where he participated in a "high-five" exercise and revealed the five names he would use as his support network if bullied. His rescue squad includes his wife Kate Middleton, bother Harry, his father Prince Charles, grandmother the Queen, and grandfather Prince Philip. Though he wasn't allowed to write a sixth name, the future king went ahead and mentioned his pet Spaniel Lupo as well.
As part of the workshop, there was also training on ways to tackle cyberbullying and LGBT bullying, the report stated. The Prince along with other teens was asked to write down signs they could use to spot someone who was being bullied and how they would tackle the situation.
The Duke of Cambridge's response was conflicted. He wrote, "I would start on that side but end up here. I usually find myself right in the middle of problems."
One of the teens named Tom Broughton hailed the Prince's support for confronting a homophobic bully. He shared how an anonymous online stalker had urged him to kill himself after he came out as gay when he was in his final year of secondary school. "It was great to have his support, to have somebody of that stature and that high up, speaking up against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia. It's something that must be really deeply rooted in his want for justice and for everybody to be equal. It's just amazing to see someone from royalty stand up and say this," he said.
Well, it looks like Prince William is successfully carrying his mother Princess Diana's legacy forward.