Prince William says strolling behind queen’s coffin introduced again recollections By Reuters

© Reuters. Britain’s William, Prince of Wales meets folks gathered outdoors Sandringham Property, following the loss of life of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, in japanese England, Britain, September 15, 2022. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

LONDON (Reuters) – Prince William has instructed well-wishers that strolling behind his grandmother’s coffin had been difficult and had introduced again recollections, alluding to the day 25 years earlier when, as a boy, he adopted his mom’s casket on the best way to her funeral.

William, the inheritor to the throne, walked behind his father King Charles and facet by facet along with his youthful brother Prince Harry throughout Wednesday’s solemn procession taking the late Queen Elizabeth from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Corridor.

“The stroll yesterday was difficult,” William instructed members of the general public who had been sympathising with him over his loss whereas he seen flowers laid outdoors the royal Sandringham Property in japanese England to honour the queen.

“Introduced again a number of recollections,” he may very well be heard saying in video footage of the change on Thursday.

William and Harry, then aged 15 and 12, adopted their mom Princess Diana’s coffin by central London within the glare of the world’s media after she was killed in a automotive crash in Paris aged 36 in 1997, a defining picture of their lives.

The brothers, whose relationship has change into strained lately, have spoken previously of the lasting trauma they endured after their mom’s loss of life and that stroll, throughout which they maintained a stoical facade regardless of their grief.

Whereas the circumstances had been completely different this time, the queen having died peacefully aged 96 at her Scottish residence, there have been similarities – the emotion, the solemn pageantry, and the sense of a momentous occasion unfolding in entrance of crowds and cameras.

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