Only three days after the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. several members of the royal family have already appeared in public. Both Prince William and his wife Kate went to work, despite the mourning period. Princess Anne was also surprised. Pravda, ČTK 23.09.2022 07:42 Photo: SITA/AP, Ian Vogler Prince William and his wife Kate, Princess of Wales met with volunteers who helped at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. The married couple, the British heir to the throne and his other half met in Windsor on Thursday afternoon with volunteers and workers who helped organize the final part of the funeral rituals on Monday – the funeral of the Queen at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Both dressed in black, perhaps a bit tired to look at, but with a smile – this is how the lenses of the parents of three children, who had to go through a lot of formalities in the last few days and probably didn’t have much time for contemplation and mourning after the passing of the 96-year-old monarch, caught the eye. Even here, however, it turned out that perhaps William and Kate are the real new faces of the monarchy – the Princess of Wales chatted with individual volunteers with interest, smiled and clearly spread a positive mood around her. Even Prince William, who is currently the direct heir to the throne after his father – King Charles III, couldn’t help but laugh at one point. But it wasn’t just the Prince and Princess of Wales who appeared in public during the official seven-day mourning period (declared to last seven days from the day of the funeral). For a change, Princess Anne, 72, met members of the Royal Navy attending Queen Elizabeth’s funeral procession at Portsmouth Naval Base. It is in it that the princess is the commander-in-chief. Read more Even in times of mourning, Princess Kate is a guarantee of elegance. She met the soldiers, she wore this in their honor! The Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, traveled to Estonia to thank the British soldiers for their service to the Queen. In the British Parliament, the voices calling for the late Queen Elizabeth II. erected a statue. On Thursday, Conservative MP John Hayes suggested placing it in Trafalgar Square in central London, DPA reported. enlarge Photo: SITA/AP, Ian Vogler Kate, Princess of Wales Kate, Princess of Wales met with volunteers and operatives who helped with the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. The MP pointed to the “extraordinary reaction” of people in the UK to the Queen’s death. According to him, it was a mixture of grief and respect for life in the service of the country. “In order for this sentiment to be perpetuated and the memory to last for generations, a suitable national monument must be erected,” Hayes said. Other deputies loudly supported the proposal. VIDEO: Duchess, mother and fashion icon Catherine Middleton The content was created in cooperation with Mall.tv
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