Elizabeth Sulkovska will probably never forget THIS moment! The eight-year-old schoolgirl attended a funeral service in Sandringham in honor of the Queen and wanted to place a corgi at the memorial for the late Majesty. Got that too Princess Kate (40) who pulled the girl out of the crowd and took her hand. The magical moment is in the video.
That's also when Princess Kate spotted student Elizabeth Sulkovska holding a bouquet of flowers and a corgi. Moving images show the sweet moment as Kate approaches the girl who was there with friends and pulls her out of the crowd.
Princess Kate and William are said to have noticed that the Paddington Bear the student was carrying sported the same logo as the badge on her school uniform. 'I went with her to put down the flowers and the corgi. She said, 'Where do you think we should put the flowers?' and I said, 'We should put them there,'' the eight-year-old recalled, according to the DailyMail.
It's hard to believe that SHE of all people is pulled out of the crowd by the Princess of Wales, only to be able to place HER Corgi among the carpet of flowers as a tribute to the late Queen. She cried with joy, as Elizabeth's headmaster revealed in an interview with the British newspaper: 'Elizabeth was overwhelmed, she cried with joy when she was selected.'