According to a well-wisher, Princess Kate revealed that her son Louis had an acute reaction after she told him that the Queen had died.
The four-year-old daughter of the new Princess of Wales is said to have remarked, “At least Grandma is with her great-grandfather now.” It is reported by The Sun..
And Kate was thrilled when she told her three children the news, a grieving Banita Ranov, 28, said after talking to her today at Windsor Castle.
Prince Louis joined his siblings George, nine, and Charlotte, seven, on his first day of school this week.
Kate joined husband Prince William along with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to watch the tribute.
Ms. Ranvo said it was “very nice” to see the brothers together.
Her mum Balginder, 64, called it “fabulous”, adding: “It was so beautiful.”
She added: “I felt so emotional and I felt like the queen would love it.
“I just hope that in the future they stay the same and that the brothers and their families come together.”
Meghan Markle gave Prince Harry a reassuring hug as they watched the Queen’s tribute.
The Duchess of Sussex also held his hand as they exited their car at Windsor Castle to greet the crowds of mourners.
And Harry also hugged his wife at a separate moment this evening when they shared an outpouring of grief.
They met crowds of mourners along with Kate and William, talked to them and collected flowers from them.
A small child gave Prince William a small Paddington teddy bear. On Thursday, a child character paid a touching tribute to the Queen.
Megan also smiled as she was handed several bouquets of flowers.
And in one moment the mourner embraced her in a long embrace.
Megan approached part of the crowd and approached the teenager, who covered his mouth with his hand in shock.
The couple spoke briefly for a few moments, and Meghan could be seen reassuring her with a hand on her shoulder.
The girl then said: “Can I hug you?” and Meghan was seen nodding before leaning in and giving her a big hug.
Prince William extended an olive branch to his brother, inviting him to watch the tribute with him.
This invitation indicates that William may be willing to forget their stated feud out of grief.
It comes after King Charles III expressed his “love” for Harry and Meghan in his first State of the Union address yesterday.
And Prince William today paid tribute to his “grandmother” the Queen, who he said was by his side during the happiest and saddest moments of his life.
He said: “On Thursday, the world lost an outstanding leader whose devotion to the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth was absolute.
“So much will be said in the coming days about the significance of her historic reign.
“I, however, lost my grandmother. And while I will mourn her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I benefited from the Queen’s wisdom and confidence in my fifth decade.
“She was by my side in my happiest moments. And she was by my side during the saddest days of my life. I knew that day would come, but it would be some time before the reality of life without a grandmother would be truly real.”
Other members of the family still at Balmoral Castle also paid their respects to the Queen.
Heartbroken granddaughters Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall broke down. Sophie, Countess of Wessex, also looked flustered.
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