After the Queen's state funeral: Kate and William thank the helpers

After the Queen's State Funeral
Kate and William say thank you to helpers

Duchess Kate and Prince William on their visit to Windsor.

Duchess Kate and Prince William on their visit to Windsor.

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Despite the announced period of mourning, Prince William and Duchess Kate showed up again on Thursday at an appointment in Windsor.

After the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) last Monday (September 19), the British royal family withdrew as part of a mourning period for the time being. Although this should last until next Monday, have Prince William (40) and Duchess Kate (40) shown again on Thursday at a public event. Together they thanked the volunteers in Windsor who organized the funeral of the monarch who died on September 8 in a short time.

For their visit to Windsor Guildhall, the two chose black outfits: Kate showed up in a classy coat dress with golden buttons by Dolce & Gabbana. William wore a simple suit with a white shirt and tie. Despite the mourning phase, the two always gave the helpers a smile while expressing their gratitude and appreciation.

Prince William on moments of sadness

William explained that moments of grief are always "catching" him at the moment: "You are prepared for everything, but certain moments get you", quotes him the "DailyMail". Kate was also "amazed" by the enormous sympathy after the Queen's death.


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