Princess Kate and her husband Prince William meet the volunteers and staff who helped prepare for Queen Elizabeth’s Funeralshared that they can still feel the late king’s presence around them.
During a meeting at Windsor Castle on Thursday with volunteers and activist staff, the Prince and Princess of Wales revealed the strange natural phenomenon that has continued to occur since Queen Elizabeth’s death. at the beginning of this month. “In Scotland, how many rainbows appear?” William asked his wife during a gathering at the Windsor Guildhall. “You almost never see a rainbow up there, but there have been five rainbows.” Kate replied that the spectacular sight made her feel like, “Your Majesty is looking down on us.”
And the truth is that recently there has been an unusual appearance of the rainbow taking place in key locations across the country. Next Queen’s death on September 8, there are many rainbows spotted around the UK, including a particularly remarkable double rainbow through the clouds above the mourners gathered outside Buckingham Palace. The next day, the royal family also spotted five curved rainbows over Balmoral Castle, the Scottish estate where the monarch died aged 96. And another rainbow appeared the day before her funeral, appearing appears in London’s Westminster Hall, where the queen is located. in condition.
William and Kate have been open to the public about the grief they are going through following the death of Queen Elizabeth. Last week, the royal couple spend forty minutes walking around Windsor Castle met with the various mourners and wise men gathered there. One of the people they met, the teacher Elaine Geetold People that William told her about his children,”George, Charlotte and Louis, saying they’re trying to keep some sense of continuity for the kids at school and keep things as normal as possible. She added, “Catherine thanked me, and she said the whole country is feeling it. Both were so kind and gentle and genuine. It was very special – definitely a moment. that I will always cherish.”
The Prince and Princess of Wales also shared an emotional message following the king’s death. “On Thursday, the world lost an extraordinary leader whose commitment to his country, Kingdom and Commonwealth is absolute,” Prince William wrote in a statement posted on the accounts. The couple’s official social network. “However, I have lost a grandmother. And while I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I have benefited from the queen’s wisdom and reassurance in my fifth decade. “My wife has had twenty years of guiding and supporting her. My three kids get to spend vacations with her and create memories that will last for a lifetime.”
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