Kate Middleton talked openly about the sentimental remarks made by her youngest son, Prince Louis, after the passing of Queen Elizabeth.
On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the age of 96. King Charles took the throne after the longest-reigning monarch passed away. Numerous mourners left cards and flowers at Windsor Castle as the UK lamented the passing of the Queen. At the palace, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle got back together to look at the floral arrangements and read the condolence letters.
On Saturday, Kate spoke with children in front of Windsor Castle and discussed how her 4-year-old son Prince Louis handled the death of his great-grandmother. At least Grannie is with Great-Grandpa now, Prince Louis told Middleton, according to Roya Nikkhah, the royals editor of The Sunday Times. The Queen’s passing comes after that of her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, who passed away in June 2021 at the age of 99.
In a statement sent to the royal couple’s Instagram account following his grandmother’s departure, Prince William expressed his sorrow for her loss as both the monarch and his grandma. He wrote, “In the coming days, a lot will be said about the significance of her historic reign. But I’ve lost my grandmother. And while I shall miss her, I also feel a great sense of gratitude. I am in my fifth decade and have benefited from The Queen’s knowledge and assurance.”
King Charles III, who was proclaimed the new king of the United Kingdom, also named his son Prince William the Prince of Wales and his wife, Kate Middleton, Princess of Walkes, replacing the late Princess Diana.