When a Canadian tourist was injured during a hike on a remote trail in Wales, no other than Prince William came to her rescue.
The Prince is a captain in the Royal Air Force working in search and rescue helicopters. On Monday he piloted the Canadian, Darlene Burton, 58 to safety.
The Globe and Mail said that Prince William was working with the British Royal Air Force helicopter that carried the woman who is from Barrie, Ontario to the hospital. The Prince is not only royalty he is also a hero. Just five days ago he pulled a 16 year old out of turbulent water.
Burton was on a 10 day hike in Wales with her husband, Lawrence Oakley. They were hiking a long a trail that would lead them to the Point Lynas Lighthouse, when she reportedly slipped and fell and broke her leg.
Oakley's brother-in-law Dr. Mark Jameson said to The Toronto Sun, "From what I understand, the weather was bad and she fell and became pinned or trapped in a crevice."
While Prince William is out in the world saving lives and being a hero, his younger brother, and resident bad boy, Harry is partying in Vegas. His antics in sin city have included photographs of him playing strip pool in his hotel and joke swim races with Olympian Ryan Lochte.