It is a “lovely” tribute that the Cambridge children paid to Prince Philip. On April 9, Elizabeth II’s husband passed away at the age of 99, leaving the royal family inconsolable. After the announcement of his disappearance, the Windsors took turns paying homage to the Prince Consort, starting with the Queen, but also her children, Princes Charles and Edward, Princess Anne, but also her grandchildren such as Princes William and Harry as well as Princess Eugenie. Delicate attentions, which have also multiplied among the great-grandchildren of Prince Philip. Indeed, it turns out that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, have also paid tribute to him.
“Prince William and Kate asked their children to choose one of the photos of Prince Philip they had, explaining that they were going to hang it on the walls of their home,” a royal insider told the Royally Obsessed podcast, relayed by The Express. “I wonder which photo the three children who chose. I find that this gesture was so adorable”, he added, while Prince William himself, had decided to put his son George in the spotlight for his tribute paid to his grandfather, by sharing on Instagram a snapshot of him with his eldest son.
Prince Philip’s funeral guest list revealed
A delicate attention from Kate Middleton and Prince William through their children, so that they do not forget their great-grandfather, whose funeral they will not attend. Indeed, health crisis requires, only 30 people will be able to attend the private funeral of Prince Philip, which will take place in Windsor. And while the guest list has been released, none of the great-grandchildren are on it, probably also due to their young age. However, her eight grandchildren will participate, Prince Harry however remaining alone while Meghan Markle cannot travel due to her pregnancy.
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