Royal trio sign book of condolence for NZ earthquake

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Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton have joined Prince Harry in London to sign a book of condolence for the victims of New Zealand's earthquake.

The trio attended the country's High Commission in London's Haymarket to pay their respects to the 113 confirmed dead so far.

The royal party was met by High Commissioner Derek Leask and Deputy High Commissioner Belinda Brown.

28 year-old William and 29-year-old Miss Middleton signed their condolences together on one page of the book.

26 year-old Harry was given a separate sheet of the black-bound book for his message.

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