What a royal sweetheart.

Echoing in the footsteps of his mother Princess Diana, Prince William spent his Tuesday at the Royal Marsden Hospital cheering up the young chemotherapy patients undergoing treatment.

One patient in particular was especially charmed by the Prince’s warmth: 6-year-old leukemia patient Daisy Wood, who couldn’t stop smiling as William volunteered to take her blood pressure.

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After his mother first visited the hospital in 1982, she became president of the Royal Marsden up until her death in 1997. The Duke of Cambridge then took over in 2007.

The Royal Marsden, which happens to be the largest cancer hospital in Europe, treats over 50,000 patients annually – and judging by the sweet footage released by Kensington Palace after the Duke’s visit, they are all in good hands.

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