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Personal tweets are noted for the W sign off at the end – and this time is no different. William, 39, posted the tribute to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Passage Charity which Diana worked closely with over the years.

The future king used the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge official account.

He tweeted: “40 years. 40 years of life-changing work @PassageCharity.

“Every time I come here, I am touched by the warmth and friendliness, and the dignity and respect you show to everyone who comes through your door.

“Over the many years that I have visited The Passage, first with my mother when I was just a small boy, I have developed a great affection for you all.

“I am always so impressed to see and hear the difference that The Passage makes to the lives of people who are experiencing homelessness.

“Thank you to everyone for your continuous work. W.”

Twitter users were full of praise for William.

Sarah Parr tweeted: “Oh your royal highness, your mother would be so very very proud of you, Catherine and your little kiddies!

“Yourself and the duchess are amazing, proud to be British my children and future grandchildren are going to be in very safe hands!”

Lady Ingrid tweeted: “We are proud of you Prince William!

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“Hope soon you could take with you George as your mother did with you.

“You’ve got our back and total support.”

The Passage Charity, set up in 1980, provides resources to “encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives.

@walaa_writing tweeted: “40 years of goodness and beautiful communication.

“Warmth and love came to me from your kind pictures and words.

“Thank you all.”

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