Prince William, Prince Catherine, and Princess Catherine, the new Prince of Wales, debated whether their children should attend the Queen Elizabeth II funeral. Prince George and Prince Louis loved Queen Elizabeth II. “gan-gan.”
Their older children, George, 9, and Charlotte, 7, were deemed mature enough to attend. They rode with their mother, Queen Consort Camilla, silently to the funeral.
Their younger brother, 4-year-old Prince Louis, did not attend his great-grandmother’s funeral. He was probably deemed too young to attend the solemn event. He was seen getting a bit rambunctious while attending the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Princess Catherine and Prince William humorously admitted their youngest child’s antics in a Facebook post. “We all had an incredible time, especially Louis…”They also included an eye emoji.
Speaking to children at Windsor Castle on Sept. 10, Princess Catherine stated that Louis had told her. “At least grannie is with great-grandpa now,” Silver Screen Beatday Times’ royals editor, Roya Nikkhah reported. Queen Elizabeth’s husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, died in June 2021. He was 99.
But Prince Louis is also struggling to understand the queen’s death and is “asking questions” about it, Australia’s Governor-General David Hurley said Princess Catherine told him during a reception at Buckingham Palace in London Saturday.
“The younger one is now asking questions like, ‘Do you think we can still play these games when we go to Balmoral [Castle in Scotland] and things like that, because she’s not going to be there?’” Hurley The Daily Mail.
Prince Louis’s older siblings received high praise for how they handled themselves at the queen’s funeral.
The Queen Consort and Kate Middleton departed their car. Princess Charlotte may be waiting. Before entering Westminster Abbey, the young princess made sure that her hair was perfectly arranged. A small diamond horseshoepin was worn by the princess in memory of her great grandmother, who loved horses.
Prince George, second in line for the throne now, could be seen saying “good morning”A member of the clergy.
Prince George was comforted by his mother at one point during the service. Princess Charlotte was also seen breaking down during another part of the service.
The pair knew their obligations as royals and were aware of them. As the two children waited for the great-grandmother’s coffin to pass them at Wellington Arch, Princess Charlotte could be seen telling Prince George, “You need to bow.”Her big brother could have been seen listening intently.