Prince William valiantly stepped in to save an Afghan officer and his family – by getting them back to Britain.
The 40 year old stepped i n when he heard the Afghan officer and his cherished loved ones were unable to return home.
The Duke of Cambridge ensured the former cadet could return home after making phone calls for him.
William called upon his personal officer to help an Afghan officer and his family get back to the UK.
Naval officer Rob Dixon was tasked with ensuring the Afghan could return to the UK alongside his loved ones.
The officer served with the Afghan National Army and was reportedly crucial for the UK’s operations while stationed in the crisis-hit country.
He had worked closely with Brit troops – and is now in the UK alongside his wife and kids.
The Duke of Cambridge visited troops in Afghanistan in 2010.
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More than 8,000 former Afghan staff and their family members eligible under the Afghan relocations and assistance policy (Arap) were among the 15,000-plus people evacuated by the UK since August 13.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said UK intelligence indicated Kabul was “unlikely” to fall this year, as he prepared to head to the region around Afghanistan for evacuation talks.
The Cabinet minister indicated on Wednesday that he would visit Pakistan during diplomatic efforts to help rescue those left behind after foreign forces left Kabul.
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