Princess Kate revealed what Prince Louis told her after Queen Elizabeth II passed away. It's hard not to be moved by his words
Princess Kate told about how Louis tried to console her.
< p>The last days are not the easiest for members of the British royal family. On Thursday, September 8, Queen Elizabeth II, who had been sitting on the throne for 70 years, died. An era has ended for all her subjects and fans around the world. Princes William and Harry, together with their wives, decided to meet their subjects who flock to Windsor Castle. In one of the conversations, Princess Kate revealed how her youngest son, Prince Louis, comforted her.
Prince Harry and William together
Crowds of British people gather outside Windsor Castle, who want to say goodbye to the late Queen Elizabeth II and honor her memory. During this difficult time, princes William and Harry, together with their wives, decided to go out to their subjects to share their losses with them. Many were delighted that the brothers reappeared together.
It was impossible not to notice that Meghan Markle, at least at first, seemed to be very tense with the whole situation. Eloquent was the fact that she was clinging to her husband's arm. Subsequent conversations, however, made her feel much more confident and no longer needed to cling to Harry.
The Prince & Princess of Wales, accompanied by the Duke & Duchess of Sussex, are viewing floral tributes at left at Windsor Castle.
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Princess Kate mentioned her youngest son
Much more self-confident was Princess Kate, who from the beginning, she boldly went out to the crowd. In one of the conversations, the Duchess of Wales and Cambridge even told how Prince Louis tried to console her after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. You can see everything on the video posted on TikTok.
“M & oacute; j little Louis … that's really cute. He told me,” Mommy, don't be sad. She is with her great-grandfather now, “said Princess Kate.
You were surprised by the approach of little Prince Louis?