Preparing for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral was a daunting task, and the Welsh family saw it firsthand.
Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled to Windsor on Thursday to meet with volunteers and operational staff who helped organize a dedication service for the Queen at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday. , the mother of three children, tackled one aspect of the Queen’s funeral security that interested Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4.
“When I was running the school, I could see the preparation going. I’ve seen it grow,” said the 40-year-old new Princess of Wales at Windsor Guildhall. said in hello! report.
Princess Kate praised the planning of the official duties as “very well organized” and “a very important mission”, and the three children were particularly “motivated” about the drones flying over Windsor before the big event. I rolled my eyes,” and asked his parents. about them.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended the Queen’s state funeral and official duties on Monday, but Prince Louis did not. The youngest royal sibling may not have attended because it was considered too young.
At the end of the summer, just before George, Charlotte and Louis entered Lambrook School, the Welsh family moved from Kensington Palace in London to Windsor. Their new home, just 800 meters (0.5 miles) from Windsor Castle, was ready for funerals in recent weeks, and the move has given the family a unique perspective.
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At a surprise walkabout at Windsor Castle with Princes William, Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, two days after the Queen’s death, the Prince of Wales tried to “keep things as normal as possible” for his children. ing.
“I told him how I worked at school and how it’s been a weird year celebrating anniversaries.” , said he was trying to keep things as normal as possible.”
Princess Kate also said it was “strange” to be there without Queen Elizabeth. .
“It’s very strange to be here without Her Majesty the Queen,” the princess said in a video shared on social media, referring to the royal palace the Queen has primarily used as her home base since the COVID-19 pandemic began. mentioned.