Prince William is mourning the death of his flying instructor, a man who was hand-picked for his skills to teach the future King. The 36-year-old instructor died in a motorcycle crash. Prince Charles recently revealed his concern for his two son's safety while riding their motorcycles on the roads. Now this sad and untimely death brings the dangers even more in focus.
The Prince extended his deepest sympathy to the family of his instructor, James Hassell, 36. Hassell was the man responsible for the future King learning his expert flying skills. The well-liked flyer was a Warrant Officer Class 2 and a member of the Ã©lite Wild Cat Fielding Team. Four years ago, Hassell was hand-picked due to his skills to teach William in a "fast track flying course," according to Mail Online.
Hassell's motorcycle collided with a truck in the accident that took his life. Prince William and Prince Harry's motorcycle riding has Prince Charles often worried for their safety and this accident seems to prove that anyone is at the mercy of other drivers when out on the road on a motorcycle.
Charles has revealed his concern for both his sons who often ride motorcycles together on the weekends, according to Mail Online. His concerns extend to Kate Middleton, who is a frequent passenger on William's bike.