He had a thought for him. Prince Philip died on April 9, at the age of 99. Since then, tributes have been linked and it seems that Prince William had a thought for his grandfather. The Duke of Cambridge and his wife, Kate Middleton, visited the Cheesy Waffles Project on Tuesday April 27 in Durham, United Kingdom. The purpose of it? Helping children and youth with additional needs “make the transition to happy and healthy adulthood,” explained The Mirror. This one was created by Prince Philip in 1956. The tabloid also reported the comments of Rebecca English of the Daily Mail, who claimed that Prince William had a thought for his grandfather. As he chatted with Evan Jones, 18, and Lee Middleton, 23, who won the Duke of Edinburgh’s award, Kate Middleton’s husband said: “Did you know he was my grandfather ? “, he asked them first before specifying:” Unfortunately, he died a few weeks ago. He would have been so happy that you got your prices “, he concludes.
He paid him a poignant tribute. Very touched by the death of his grandfather, Prince William did not hesitate to express himself in a press release published on April 12. He had first of all wished to salute the many years of service of the husband of Queen Elizabeth II in favor of his country but also of the Commonwealth. “I feel fortunate that I have not only had his example to guide me, but his lasting presence in my own adult life – both in the good times and in the most difficult days,” he said. he writes. After evoking the memories that his children, Charlotte, Georges and Louis as well as Kate Middleton were able to create in his company, the Duke of Cambridge had not hesitated to qualify Prince Philip as someone “extraordinary”. He said: “My grandfather was an extraordinary man and was part of an extraordinary generation. Catherine and I will continue to do what he wanted and we will support the Queen in the years to come. My grandfather will be going. I miss him, but I know he would like us to continue our work, “he concluded. A rare and overwhelming testimony.
Prince Philip: the disappearance of a royal pillar
The death of Prince Philip was a real shock for his relatives but also for the British. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, his funeral was broadcast live on television to allow the English to pay their last respects to a royal pillar. Indeed, the Duke of Edinburgh married Elizabeth Windsor in 1947 when she was only heir to the throne of England. He later became Prince Consort of the United Kingdom following the death of George VI in 1952. A post he held for almost 70 years. He marked more than seven decades with his loyalty, determination and outspokenness and will never be forgotten.
Prince William and Kate Middleton © Agency