Prince William intervened to get an Afghan officer and his family out of Kabul

Prince William ‘personally intervened’ to get the family of an Afghan officer he knew from Sandhurst out of Kabul, according to reports.

The royal is said to have asked his equerry, Naval officer Rob Dixon, to make calls on his behalf.

The officer managed to get his family on to a flight back to the UK, it has been reported.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab admitted he did not know how many Brits or Afghans potentially eligible to be airlifted out were still in Afghanistan.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was quizzed after his Foreign Secretary admitted he does not know about how many Britons were left behind. 

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