- Prince William and Kate, who are now known as Prince and Princess of Wales, made an unexpected visit in Windsor after the Queen passed away on Thursday. For the heartfelt visit, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined them.
Harry and Meghan joined the organization following a special invitation from the Prince of Wales.
They came upon people who had gathered to pay respects to the 96-year-old Queen who had peacefully passed away in Balmoral.
The royals, all in black, seemed solemn as they stopped to shake the hands of grieving fans who had gathered behind a barrier. They were surrounded by police security as they made their way through the crowds.
The two royal ladies opted for elegant black dresses to match the black suits worn by Princes William and Harry.
Since the funeral of their grandpa Prince Philip, Harry and William had not been seen together at Windsor. Both appeared during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities, although neither was actually present.
When William, Kate, and Meghan shook hands with members of the public alongside the royal spouses, everyone cheered. As the Princess of Wales approached, a crying kid stopped.
Meghan put her hand on the adolescent’s shoulder as she approached her. The young lady then asked the Duchess for a hug, which Meghan obliged.
During her Jubilee celebrations, the late monarch won over the audience with a play starring the famous creature, and William was gifted with a little Paddington Bear doll.
A Welsh flag was observed being waved in celebration of William and Kate’s new titles.
The royal spouses separated themselves as they walked, talking to people on opposing sides of the street.
When discussing his late grandma with others, William was seen adopting a mournful tone in addition to cracking jokes with passersby.
They interacted with the public for 40 minutes, receiving flowers, balloons, and other presents along the way. They arrived and left in the same car.
They embarked on an unexpected trip when Queen Elizabeth II passed away at age 96 while being surrounded by members of her close family. After being heartbroken by the news, Kate and William made a statement on social media.
“The Queen passed away gently this afternoon at Balmoral,” the duo posted on Instagram.
The Kensington Royal account @KensingtonRoyal now refers to Prince William and Kate as the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge on Twitter.
The country’s longest-reigning queen, Elizabeth II, who was currently 96 years old, held that position for more than 70 years. The Prince of Wales took over as King as soon as his mother passed away.