Princess Kate (40) looks composed when she speaks to waiting fans during the surprise visit of the 'Fab Four' in front of Windsor Castle. She smiles, shakes hands and engages in conversations with people who like the royal family about the late Queen Elizabeth II. mourns. But although you can hardly tell from the outside – Kate is suffering from the painful loss, as she clarifies in a conversation with a fan. We show her words in the video above.
With the sudden death of the Queen changed a lot for the royal family. Elizabeth's eldest son, Prince Charles, succeeded to the throne , which also affects his offspring. The new king bestowed the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales on his eldest son, Prince William, and his wife, Duchess Kate. Kate thus bears the title last held by her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana . When Lady Di died in a car accident in Paris in 1997, the title was not restored in her honor. Until now!
A lot is also changing for Charles' second son Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan. Their children Archie and Lilibet can now also call themselves prince and princess and thus not only enjoy a higher reputation, but also the protection of security personnel provided by the royal family.
With their mourning appearances in public, William, Kate and Co. want to involve the people and demonstrate the closeness of the royals. For example, on his first appearance as monarch, the new King Charles let himself be carried away by a kiss from a female fan in the crowd and even distributed air kisses to the waiting crowd. The new Princess Kate, on the other hand, told in the presence of several royal supporters, how her son Louis reacted to the news of his great-grandmother's death.
Just days after the Queen's death, William and Kate, along with Harry and Meghan, presented themselves to the public as the 'Fab Four'. and thus demonstrated solidarity in difficult times. So it seems the tragic loss of the Queen will bring family and people closer together. What a beautiful message. (cch)