George, Charlotte and Louis became friends at school

As the world mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, a new school year continues for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Prince William and Princess KateThe two older children started the year at a new school: Lambrook School in Berkshire, England, where their younger brother Louis also started his education.

The family of five visited the campus for a visit on September 7, the day before the Queen’s death at her Balmoral estate in Scotland at the age of 96. the young members of the royal family seem to have got off to a good start at the academic institution.

Prince William and Duchess Kate with their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. James Watling / MEGA

When William and Kate, 40, greeted the mourners and attended a tribute left outside Sandringham House in Norfolk, England on Thursday 15 September, onlookers revealed the newly appointed Princess of Wales spoke to the crowd about how their children are adjusting to new life. their new school.

“Kate said that the children settled in well at the new school and made new friends,” said an eyewitness, Lydia Bailey. People.

While George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, are getting a respite from the world excitement surrounding the death of their “Gan-Gan” – as George once called Queen Elizabeth – they, too, are feeling the weight of their great – grandmother’s death. Louis, in particular, expressed feelings wise beyond his years, as Kate recently revealed.

“[Louis said,] “At least the grandparents [Prince Philip] now,” the Duchess of Cornwall told a group of children waiting outside Windsor Castle on Saturday, September 10. The late monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh were married for 73 years until his passing in April 2021. He was 99 years old.

Earlier in the day, William shared an emotional statement about the loss of his grandmother, remembering not only their special times together, but also his family.

“While I will mourn her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful,” the Duke of Cornwall, who is now second in line to the throne, wrote on Instagram on Saturday. “The Queen’s wisdom and confidence have helped me in my fifth decade of existence.”

Kate, for her part, had “20 years of her guidance and support” while George, Charlotte and Louis have “memories [of the queen] for life.”

“She was by my side during the happiest moments and the saddest days of my life,” William added. “I knew that day would come, but it would be some time before the reality of life without a grandmother would be truly real.”

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