Prince William And Kate's Touching Message To Australian Bushfire Victims

The royals might live far away, but they've been paying close attention to Australia's bushfire crisis.

Prince William and Kate Middleton shared their support to those affected by Tuesday's bushfire crisis.

As fires gripped parts of New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, the royal pair shared their concern for residents.

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"Our thoughts are with those impacted by these horrendous fires, and those working heroically to fight them," a tweet shared to the official Kensington Royal account read.

The tweet also instructed fans which accounts to follow for fire updates.

Closer to home actor Russell Crowe took to Twitter to help out country music star Troy Cassar-Daley, who put the call out for advice about where to look for fire updates.

"My Mum is heading to Grafton just as a precaution soon, what’s the best way to be updated down that way @NSWRFS please?" Cassar-Daley tweeted.

Crowe quickly responded by instructing him to download the NSW rural fire service Fires Near Me app.

"Get the app mate. It's very helpful," he commented.

Fans also shared concerns for Crowe's 400-hectare property in Nana Glen, which was said to be inside one of the emergency zones.

"Hope your place is safe. Kindest thoughts and prayers for all threatened by bushfires," one commented.

"Just saw the warning for Nana Glen, stay safe Russ," wrote another.