Prince William wins hearts with his decision to give up a patch of palace lawn for air ambulance


Prince William has granted permission for air ambulances to land and refuel at Kensington Palace on a patch of grass reserved for British royal family helicopters as part of his efforts to serve the NHS amid the coronavirus pandemic. Local media said that the prince’s decision is expected to save lives as it means that paramedics will no longer have to waste time flying to fueling base.