Queen Elizabeth II talks to Bruce Lait at the Royal London Hospital
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II says the terror attacks in London will not change the British way of life.

The Queen spoke Friday as she visited a London hospital where some victims of Thursday's blasts are being treated.

Also Friday, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla offered their support to victims and staff at St. Mary's Hospital, near the Edgware Road blast site.

Prince Charles said the British people have set a fantastic example, noting that people are displaying remarkable resilience following the four attacks that claimed more than 50 lives.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, said the resolve demonstrated by the people of London made her very proud to be British.

Some information for this report provided by AFP and AP.