William and Kate buy pizza for mountain rescue team in Wales

William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, recently showed their appreciation for the hard work and dedication of the mountain rescue team in Wales by buying them pizza.

The royal couple ordered 12 pizzas as a token of their gratitude during a visit to Dowlais Rugby Club near Merthyr Tydfil.

The purpose of their visit was to meet with the volunteers and supporters of the mountain rescue organization, which is run entirely by volunteers and covers the central area of Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, including Pen y Fan.

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The timing of the royal couple’s visit was particularly special, as the mountain rescue team was celebrating its 60th anniversary.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wanted to personally thank the team for their tireless efforts and selfless dedication to saving lives in some of the most challenging and dangerous terrain in the country.

The gesture of buying pizza for the mountain rescue team was a small but meaningful way for the royal couple to show their appreciation for the hard work and bravery of the volunteers.

It also served as a reminder of the importance of the work that these volunteers do, often in difficult and dangerous conditions, to ensure the safety of hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts in the Welsh mountains.

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