Prince William was praised by netizens after his speech at the Tusk Awards.

The Duke of Cambridge impressed many royal followers when he delivered his message at the Tusk Conservation Awards.

“We have to move faster and more effectively to find ways to balance our demands on this planet with the nature we share it with,” the second in line to the throne said as shown on Instagram.

The netizens agreed and supported the duke’s point of view. Many also left sweet messages on the comment section for the future king.

“Such wonderful young man, what a King he will be,” one commented.

“Wow!!! He embodies the definition of the word Prince. He has it all; good looks, charisma, dignity, compassion, and tremendous people-skills,” another user wrote.

Many also praised Prince William’s partnership with his wife Kate Middleton. According to many, the royal couple both display “genuine humility, respect and compassion towards others.” The netizen went on and said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the “future of the English monarchy.“

This year, the royal family faced a lot of controversies including Prince Philip’s car crash, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s endless criticisms, the parliament prorogation and Prince Andrew’s scandal. However, according to royal correspondent Richard Fitzwilliams, Prince William and Middleton are the Queen’s saving grace.

The expert pointed out that in 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have an extremely good year. Last month, they made an official visit to Pakistan deemed as the “most complex tour,” but they were able to carry it out smoothly.

Many also noticed that Prince William’s wife improved tremendously this year. Middleton’s speeches were better and the duchess appeared more confident and relaxed whenever she attends royal engagements. Lorraine Kelly said that Middleton has become the Queen’s top asset in the royal family.

In related news, some fans speculated that Middleton was dropping pregnancy clues after she skipped the event. The duchess was supposed to accompany her husband but canceled due to their children.

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Prince William attends the unveiling of The Victoria Cross Commemorative Paving Stones representing each of Birmingham's 1st World War recepients at the Hall of Memory, Centenary Square on Dec. 7, 2015 in Birmingham, England. Getty Images/Richard Stonehouse