Prince William sparks safety fears after 'nervous' royal watchers view 'dangerous' stunt (Image: GETTY)

Prince William sparks safety fears after ‘nervous’ royal watchers view ‘dangerous’ stunt

PRINCE WILLIAM’s heart-racing experience at one of his latest solo engagements left royal commentators feeling “anxious” for the Duke of Cambridge.

Royal commentators expressed “concern” for Prince William after he completed an adrenaline-filled activity. The Duke of Cambridge had visited Knockhill Circuit in Scotland to test drive an Extreme E pure-electric off-road racing car. Royally Obsessed podcast host Rachel Bowie explained why she had felt “nervous” for the royal.

Ms Bowie told listeners: “He actually goes in the sustainable motorcars on a speedway.

“My immediate concern was – is it cool for the future king to go in a race car and drive?

“I was nervous. That seems like one of the more dangerous things they could have done.

“I just get anxious about motor racing.”

When asked how he found it, he described the experience as “awesome”.

William added: “That was awesome, I loved that.”

Ms Munnings also commented on his driving skills.

She laughed: “I have to say he was really pushing on ice.

“It was like brake, brake, brake.”

Prince William had visited Knockhill Circuit in Scotland. (Image: GETTY)
Prince William had visited Knockhill Circuit in Scotland. (Image: GETTY)

The royal visit was organised ahead of COP26.

The annual Conference of the Parties summit brings together world leaders to help tackle climate change.

The Duke did have Extreme E racer Catie Munnings in the passenger seat to guide him on the track. (Image: GETTY)
The Duke did have Extreme E racer Catie Munnings in the passenger seat to guide him on the track. (Image: GETTY)

This year the UK will host the event in Glasgow.

William is known to be very involved and interested in environmentalism.

It is thought that he, along with other senior royals, may make an appearance during the summit.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

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