Mourning the Queen
That's how heartwarming Prince Louis reacted when he found out that his "grannie" had died
The Princess of Wales has revealed what her youngest son, Prince Louis, said when he heard the news of his great-grandmother's death during a tour of Windsor Castle.
Kate, along with her husband Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan, took a tour of the countless flowers and cards around Windsor Castle. During this performance, the Princess of Wales tells how her son Louis reacted to the news of the death of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
On Tiktok, viewers overheard Kate telling what her youngest son Louis about the Death had said to the Queen: "Louis said at least Grannie is with great-grandfather now."
Queen Elizabeth II and her husband reunited
How heavy Queen Elizabeth II. The death of her husband after 73 years of marriage can only be guessed at. The monarch described him as loving and as her "strength and support".
Prince William wrote on Instagram after the Queen's death that he was grateful to have known the Queen's wisdom by his side for so long in his life. His three children could have spent their holidays with their "grannie" and made memories that will last a lifetime.
Prince Louis is the youngest son of Kate and William and was born on April 23, 2018 in London. He saw the light of day in St. Mary's Hospital - that's where his father and siblings were born. During the Jubilee this year the little boy almost stole the show from his great-grandmother – with his funny faces. "We all had an incredible time. Louis especially," the royals joked at the time in a post.