Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton are doing everything they can to protect their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, reports The mirror this Monday, October 24.
Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8. His funeral on September 19 was attended by Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7. Their brother, Prince Louis, 4 years old, too young, was absent. Since then, the siblings have not been seen in public. Their parents have chosen to keep them. A royal expert, quoted by The Mirror, this Monday, October 24, reported that Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to protect them from their own grief.
According to Jennie Bond, The Prince of Wales wants at all costs to avoid sharing the moments of sadness he may feel with them : “Although William will undoubtedly have moments where he will be very sad, he will make sure to preserve his children”, explained the expert. As the holidays rolled around, she added it the princess of wales had organized them to be “as normal as possible”.
A holiday in the great outdoors
The royal expert said so OKAY ! Magazine : ” After the Queen’s death, William and Catherine will try to move on as quickly as possible and not to dwell too much on the grief of the last two months. » Jennie Bond believes the family will be holidaying in the country at their Windsor estate, i do creative activities and bake at home. She said children will be able to explore the grounds and ride bikes and horseback.
Following Queen Elizabeth II’s death, Prince William paid tribute to her in a press release on 10 September: “The world has lost an extraordinary leader whose commitment to the country, the kingdoms and the Commonwealth was absolute. (…) I lost a grandmother. And while I will mourn his loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I benefited from his wisdom. » Speaking about his family, he added: “My wife has benefited from his advice and support for twenty years. And my three children were able to vacation with her and make memories that will last a lifetime. » Upon learning of his great-grandmother’s death, Prince Louis, according to his mother, who responded to someone in the crowd who had come to pay tribute to Elizabeth II, said: “At least Grandma is with Grandpa now. » A touching reaction that showed the close relationship between the monarch and her great-grandchildren.
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