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Kate and William share heartache over David Amess killing-' Shocked and burdened'

 KATE and Prince William have said they're" shocked and saddened"by the fatal pecking of Conservative MP Sir David Amess. 

Sir David, 69, was picked multiple times as he held a surgery in his Southend West constituency. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said their" studies and prayers'' were with his family, musketeers and associates. 

A post on their sanctioned Kensington Royal Twitter account said"We're shocked and burdened by the murder of Sir David Amess, who devoted 40 times of his life to serving his community. 

"Our studies and prayers are with his family, musketeers and associates. W &C."

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 Sir David, who has been an MP since 1983, was picked to death at Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on- Ocean at noon on Friday. 

 A 25- time-old man has been arrested on dubitation of boggling the Tory stager, who was married with five children.