He joined in a poignant rendition of hymn Abide With Me, with parts of it sung in the Maori language, before listening to a performance of Requiem for a Soldier and bowing his head as prayers were offered up for those who died in Christchurch and the recent Sri Lanka terrorist attack.
"A good friend doesn't pick up the phone when people are in need".
During a brief visit to Auckland on Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge went to the hospital to visit her and her father Wasseim, who was also recovering from the attack.
Britain's Prince William delivers remarks during a visit to the Al Noor Mosque - one of two mosques that were attacked by a gunman in March and which left 50 people dead.
Describing William's visit to the country as "wonderful", New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said the "emotion was palpable" as the duke discovered more about how the shootings at two mosques unfolded. "Yes I do", said William.
"There was a moment with all the first responders (where he was) just telling them how important their job was but also the importance of looking after themselves".
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The duke's wife, Catherine, will attend an Anzac Day memorial service at Westminster Abbey in London.
Prince William spoke to about 100 people including Muslim leaders and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the Al Noor mosque.
"His visit provides the opportunity to pay tribute to those affected by the mosque terrorist attacks and show support to the local and national community", she said.
During his poignant visit to meet with victims and their families in New Zealand, William bonded with a young victim by talking about his own young daughter, Princess Charlotte.
However, organisers have promised Christchurch residents a chance to meet William during a public walkabout on Friday afternoon.
William, who is second in line to the British throne, arrived in Christchurch this morning, flying in from Auckland, where, according to the New Zealand Herald, he attended the Anzac Day Civic Service at the Auckland War Memorial with Ardern.