Princess Kate and Prince William they met the mourners outside Sandringham. They admired not only the tributes to Queen Elizabeth in the form of the sea floweror personal letters, but they also talked frankly with their subjects. The heir to the throne confessed that the whole situation brought events from 25 years before his eyeswhen, as a teenager, he carried the coffin away from princess Diana. As it turns out, he and his wife have already had a serious conversation with the children and informed them of the death of the queen.
Princess Kate told the children about the death of the queen. That’s how they reacted
Nine-year-old Prince George, seven-year-old princess Charlotte and four-year-old Prince Louis enrolled at the prestigious Lambrook School in Berkshire, near Windsor, on September 8. On the same day, Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96. The monarch has passed away in her beloved Balmoral.
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Princess Kate, while greeting the mourners, was asked about how her children were doing after the queen’s death. She did not want to bring it up and replied casually.
The children are doing well and are looked after at school, Prince William’s wife said.
As reported by the magazine “Hello!” to one of the mourners, the aristocrat revealed that George was more aware of his great-grandmother’s loss than his younger siblings. Some time ago, the British media reported that the youngest Prince Louis reacted in touching words to the news of the death of the monarch. The four-year-old was to say that the queen could at least now be with Prince Philip.