Prince William and Kate Middleton are showing their gratitude following Queen Elizabeth II’s death. On Thursday, the new Prince and Princess of Wales paid a visit to Windsor Guildhall, where they thanked the staff who helped with the queen’s committal service, which was held on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
William and Kate wanted to thank the staff for helping with the procession of the queen’s coffin and managing the large crowds that came out to witness it.
According to the BBC, William spoke with some of the staff, who shared their grief with him. «If you flip it on its head, it is always very comforting that so many people care.
It makes it a lot better,” the royal reportedly said. „There are certain moments that catch you out. You are prepared for all, but certain moments catch you out.“ The outlet also notes that William shared that he became “choked up” after seeing all of the Paddington bear tributes that were left in honor of his grandmother.Read more on etonline.com