Afterwards, akts chief executive, Tim Sigswort, said: I was incredibly impressed.Writing in a blog post he urged Christians to pray for the four-year-old prince and hope the Lord blesses with the love of a fine young gentleman."Its a real pressure to live under, he said during a conversation with Cath Hall, akts founder.Reiterating the earlier conversation, he asked William: You coming here is a great opportunity and platform, what would prince you think about it if one your children was lgbt?Saying he was concerned that not everyone considered being lgbt normal and cool, the Duke added his worries for his own children would be tied to how everyone else will react and perceive it and then the pressure is then on them.Answering questions from young ambassadors for the charity, he spoke frankly from the position of a parent about the challenges still faced by those who identified as lgbt.His words are the most candid from any member of the Royal Family in public on the topic to date.During his visit, the Duke spoke of how stifling many young people find the burden dating of coming out to their families and also of his concerns about young lgbt people taking their own lives."I support whatever decision they make, but it does worry me from a parent's point of view how many barriers, hateful words, persecution and discrimination that might come.Rev Mr Holdsworth, who is gay, is an lgbtq campaigner and the provost of St Mary's Cathedral in Glasgow, a Scottish Episcopal Church, the Church of Englands sister institution.And in 2011, was on the phone to Harry when he was mugged in Battersea, with the prince rushing to help his friend.A royal wedding might sort things out remarkably easily, though we might have to wait 25 years for that to happen.The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, 51, said it would be the fastest way for the Church of England to allow gay people to marry.Thankfully there were no small briefs for me!But he was blasted by the Right Rev Ashenden, a former chaplain to the Queen, for his comments."It's more about the fact I'm worried about the pressure - as you all know - they're going to face and how much harder their life could.
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It is not a blessing."That he recognises that, advice and is aware there could be a backlash, he understands the issues and hopefully with his comments we can get more awareness across to more parents of the issues.The Duke of Cambridge has said he will fully support his children if they were to be gay, promising it would be absolutely fine.Ive been looking into issues around suicide and I imagine that the figures in the lgbt community are high, because of all the barriers and stigma around acceptance.Meeting young people who have faced homelessness and mental issues as a result of coming out to their families, he emphasised how important it is for parents to support their children whatever their sexuality.He said the cathedral had to call the police after being subject to an incredible pot of hatred after the incident.Asked specifically how he would respond to Prince, five, Princess Charlotte, four, or one-year-old Prince Louis one day telling him they were lgbt, the Duke said he had already discussed it with the Duchess after other parents had raised the question.William and Harry were boths at the wedding and Harrys ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy was a bridesmaid.Prince will one day follow in the footsteps of his father, grandfather and great-grandmother to become king, while Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are expected to grow up to be working members of the Royal Family.The Duke, who spoke as he visited a charity that helps homeless lgbt people, said his only concern would be for the additional challenges they may face as a result of public prejudice."That's for all of us to try and help correct, to put that in the past and not come back to that sort of stuff.".He also spoke of being left "appalled" by the recent homophobic attack on a London bus, underlining how shocking it is that "stuff like that still happens".Mr Sigswort, who is gay, said: I was personally rejected by my mum, and the idea that the future monarch is saying they would support their children if they came out as lgbt is a message to the whole.It is something Im nervous about, gag not because I'm worried about them being gay or anything.Thomas is a property consultant and met William and Harry when they all attended Ludgrove School.And just his willingness to learn from the young people, his willingness to challenge his own perceptions and his willingness to come out in support of lgbt people in such a personal way as to refer to his children.
Saying he and the Duchess had already discussed how they would approach one of their children telling them they were gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, he emphasised his only concern would be for any hate or persecution they would.Saying it would obviously be absolutely fine by me, he added: "I support whatever decision they make, but it does worry me from a parent's point of view how many barriers, hateful words, persecution and discrimination that might come.
"So from a parent point of you, that's the angle I worry about.Who knows whether that might be sooner than things working out by other means?Things have progressed, but not nearly as much as they need.Charlotte, three, who currently attends Willcocks Nursery School, is expected to join her brother there in September.