Love has been sent to Orlando from around the world.

Prince William and Princess Kate honored the 49 fallen victims of the Orlando club massacre Tuesday, according to a People report.

The royal couple attended a U.S. Embassy book signing in London to pay their respects to all those impacted by the loss of life and loved ones at Pulse Night Club Saturday, June 11.

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In the wake of the mass shooting, the embassy designated a book in which people can express their condolences in the wake of the attack.

The royals were greeted by U.S. Ambassador Matthew Barzun, signed and shared their deepest sympathy.

William wrote “With our deepest condolences and with our thoughts and prayers to all those affected.” Kate followed his lead, signing “Catherine.”

According to the news outlet the couple spoke to embassy staffers who have worked on LGBT issues following the signing.

Prince William and Princess Kate honor Orlando victims with this stunning tribute Getty
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Kamron comes to Rare from Dayton Ohio where she was previously a food, culture and entertainment reporter for Cox Media Group Ohio. A Spelman College graduate, Kamron has also worked at CNN, WSB-TV in Atlanta, and Fox 2 News in St. Louis.
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