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Queen Elizabeth’s 7-year-old great-granddaughter Charlotte and 9-year-old great-grandson George also attended the Queen’s funeral on 19 September. During this, Princess Charlotte appeared to teach elder brother Prince George. When the Queen’s coffin passed in front of them, Charlotte asked George to bow down. The video of this incident has also surfaced.
kids with royal family
George wore a black suit in the last journey. Charlotte also wore a hat with a black dress. The pair were at Wellington Arch after the Queen’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey. During this, 7-year-old Charlotte told the elder brother that when the coffin of the queen passed in front, she would have to bow down. George also listened intently to the instruction of the younger sister. All this was caught on camera.
Charlotte and George attended the funeral with the family.
Even during the national anthem, the princess asked to stand properly
George put his hand on the balcony stand as the national anthem “God Save the Queen” was played. During this, Charlotte asks George to put his hands down and stand up properly. George also immediately became alert and stood in a state of caution. Charlotte wore a hat for the first time at Westminster Abbey. Actually, such hats are worn during official functions or royal ceremonies. If the occasion is of someone’s death or funeral, then the black dress is mandatory.
During the funeral ceremony, Princess Charlotte wore a piece of royal jewelry.
Eight police officers sick at Queen’s Funeral
Eight police officers fell ill during the Queen’s Funeral. One of the officers was taken to the hospital on a stretcher. In the afternoon, four officers fell ill while on duty and some officers got sick during the parade.
During the funeral of the Queen, the London Police had deployed the maximum number of officers for duty at the same time.
Queen buried with husband Prince Philip
The funeral of Queen Elizabeth-II took place late on 19 September. The royal family’s official website said in a statement that the Queen was buried next to husband Prince Philip at the King George Memorial VI Chapel. The King George Memorial is a part of Windsor Castle.
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