Death of Elizabeth II: Prince William’s heartbreaking tribute after the procession

The whole planet is mourning Queen Elizabeth II. It has been almost a week since the monarch breathed her last at Balmoral in Scotland. Earlier today, his doctors said they were “concerned” about his condition. Quickly, concern arose among the British when Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward rushed to the bedside of the monarch, followed by Prince William. Her Majesty died at the age of 96, and Prince Harry unfortunately couldn’t make it in time to say goodbye to his grandmother. Since this sad Thursday, September 8, tributes have multiplied on the side of the royal family. It was King Charles III who opened the ball, delivering a moving speech on television.

“The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a moment of great sadness for me and all members of my family. We deeply mourn the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mother,” Camilla Parker-Bowles’ husband said. Prince William, newly named Prince of Wales, spoke the following day. “I knew this day would come but it will take time before I realize that I have to live without grandma. I thank her for the kindness she has shown to me and my family. I will honor his memory by supporting my father, the king, in any way I can,” Prince Harry’s brother said in shock.

And this Wednesday, September 14 was a particularly emotional day for the royal family. While the funeral of Elizabeth II will take place on Monday, September 19 at Westminster Abbey, her coffin has left Buckingham Palace for the Palace of Westminster where it will be exposed to the public for four days. The procession was televised and saw the reunion of Princes William and Harry, who walked side by side behind the coffin.

The Windsors entered the Palace of Westminster, and no one missed Meghan Markle’s gesture towards her husband, breaking with royal protocol. Once the ceremony was over, the family of Elizabeth II left the building by car. On Instagram, Prince William wanted to pay a new tribute to his grandmother, sharing photos taken during the procession. “In memory of Her Majesty the Queen,” the Prince of Wales captioned on the social network. A moving tribute that touched fans of the royal family.

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