London, January 13 (ANI): Prince William followed the path treaded by his late mother Princess Diana after boosting the morale of dying patients at a hospice.
The 27-year-old royal, along with his aunt, Diana's eldest sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale, spent an hour to comfort the terminally ill patients at a day centre run by St Barnabas Hospice in -Lincoln.
"He's very -charm-ing, very natural and -gorgeous," the Daily Express quoted lung cancer sufferer Christine Bellamy, 66, as saying.
William later headed for the Eresby School for children with learning difficulties.
Diana, who was known for her compassion and her work with children and the elderly worldwide, visited the -hospice's in-patient unit in Lincoln in 1992. (ANI)