met with with volunteer staff workers at Windsor Guildhall on Thursday to thank them for their service during the Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday.The monarch died at the age of 96 on Sept.
8 after 70 years as the sovereign.The new Prince and Princess of Wales noted how the queen is “looking down” on them after they saw several rainbows hanging above Balmoral Castle following her passing.“In Scotland, how many rainbows turned up?” William, 40, asked the staff, according to the Telegraph. “You hardly ever see rainbows up there, but there were five.”Middleton, 40, chimed in, “Her Majesty was looking down on us.”The colorful weather phenomenon has had much significance with the royal family in recent weeks.
A double rainbow was spotted high above Buckingham Palace as mourners were waiting for news about Her Majesty’s health on Sept.
8.A rainbow was also seen beyond Windsor Castle just as the the Queen’s death was announced that same afternoon.The once Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first public engagement appearance post-funeral yesterday.Read more on nypost.com