We pay tribute to the whole team. Princess Kate as well as Queen consort Camilla rode in the same car for a solemn procession in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The Princess of Wales, 40, joined Camilla, 75, in one of several black city cars on Wednesday, September 14, during the 38-minute procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the Queen’s coffin will stand for several days until her funeral on Monday. , 19 September.
On Wednesday, Kate sat next to Camille in the back seat of their car, both women dressed all in black as they paid their respects to the late monarch. The wife of King Charles III wore a large black hat, while Kate wore pearl earrings and a shiny brooch.
Well-wishers lined the streets as the royal procession moved through London. Prince William as well as Prince Harry marched with other members of the royal family behind Elizabeth’s hearse. The brothers were joined by their father, aged 73, Princess Anna, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward as well as Peter Phillips. Meghan Markle as well as Sophie, Countess of Wessexalso followed the procession by car.
On Thursday, September 8, Great Britain lost its longest-reigning monarch, and Charles was immediately named king after Elizabeth’s death. Earlier this year, Her Majesty announced that she hoped Camilla would become queen consort as soon as Charles took the throne.
“When my son Charles becomes king at the right time, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support you have given me,” the late monarchy said in a February statement marking its historic 70th birthday. governing body. “And I sincerely wish that when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her faithful service.”
Then Charles and Camilla accepted this honor and thanked Elizabeth for her kind words. “On this historic day, my wife and I join with you all in congratulating Her Majesty The Queen on her remarkable achievement in serving this Nation, the Kingdoms and the Commonwealth for seventy years,” the couple, who married in 2005, said in a statement. them. “The Queen’s devotion to the welfare of all her people is more and more admired every year.”
Prior to this, no official decision had been made on Camilla’s future role in the British royal family. Nearly a week after Elizabeth’s death, she opened up about how the royals are coping with the loss.
“We are doing our best,” she told a woman in Belfast, Ireland, on Tuesday 13 September, before returning to London to receive the Queen’s coffin.
Kate, for her part, inherited the title of Princess of Wales as her 40-year-old husband was named Prince of Wales. William is now first in line for the throne, and his grandmother had big plans for both him and Kate before her death.
“Her Majesty sees Cambridge as the future of the monarchy and has implicit confidence in the judgment of Kate and William,” the source said. Us weekly in August 2020. “Kate asks for advice about the speeches she should give, who she can depend on most in the palace, and what to do and what not to do. The Queen is more than happy to share her wisdom – she is proud to be Catherine’s adviser on royal life.”