Prince William showed support for the LGBTQ community during a visit to the Albert Kennedy Trust non-profit.
Prince William participated in a discussion where he was asked how he would feel if one of his kids came out as gay, according to a report published Wednesday by the Associated Press. Prince William said it’d be “absolutely fine.”
“It worries me not because of them being gay,” Prince William said. “It worries me as to how everyone else will react and perceive it, and then the pressure is then on them.” (RELATED: Police Escort For Prince William And Kate Middleton Hits Elderly Woman)
“I wish we lived in a world where it’s really normal and cool, but particularly for my family, and the position that we are in, that’s the bit I am nervous about,” he added. “How many barriers, you know, hateful words, persecution, all that and discrimination that might come, that’s the bit that really troubles me.”
The Albert Kennedy Trust is a non-profit serving bisexual, lesbian, gay or transgender youth dealing with homelessness.
It’s no surprise Prince William is a supporter of the LGBTQ community. In 2016, he became the first royal family member to ever appear on the cover of an LGBTQ magazine when he posed for Attitude magazine.