"The Duke and Duchess offer their condolences for the victims of the terrible attack on Orlando's Pulse nightclub, signing a book of condolence at the US Embassy @usa_in-uk."
At the time of this writing, there were 41,229 likes to this image and 156 comments left by those who support the royal couple in this expression of grief as well as some who were disappointed. Supporters appreciated the expression of solidarity after the Orlando terror attack. Some found it touching that William and Kate would care enough to make the effort.
"Thank you for your understanding on the plight of the LGBT community. Bless you both and your family."
Others took the opportunity to criticize British royalty, and some were cynical.
"Last Saturday 50 died in Venezuela but nobody signs anything. Last year almost 30,000, since 1999 53,000 people have died and nobody cares."
Prince William's father, Prince Charles, also expressed his condolences for the victims of the Orlando terror attack. His Twitter account, under the name Clarence House, uploaded a letter signed by Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.