Prince and princess of Wales say ‘thank you’ in Windsor – what Kate wore

Hello-hello and welcome to today’s unexpected post about the engagement in Windsor for the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Knowing that the family’s official mourning period will continue until next Monday, I was surprised to see the news of this event.
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However, the Prince and Princess wanted to thank those who worked on Her Majesty’s dedicated service on Monday and helped the large number of people visiting the area.

Below is a video of the couple upon arrival Guildhall of Windsor

The two spoke with some of the people who played key roles behind the scenes in supporting both the procession and the service at St. George’s Chapel.

Some of you may remember that the Duchess of Cambridge was scheduled to attend an event with Roger Federer and others. Seaweed cup Player of the Day; her participation was canceled in the wake of the Queen’s death.

Prince William was scheduled to travel to New York yesterday for the Earthshot Awards summit. He recorded a message that was played in his absence.from daily mail coverage:

Buckingham Palace announced that a small number of participants during royal mourning would be invited to thank those involved in the conduct of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral and related ceremonial events, and to recognize those sent abroad for their service to the king and country. It says it will be done.

Another royal family member, Princess Anne, was also engaged to people involved in Monday’s events.

She spoke with some of the sailors who pulled Her Majesty’s coffin during Monday’s march.

Back to the Windsor effort. The Mirrors Works by Russell Myers.

The Prince and Princess arranged to meet dozens of Berkshire’s chief public works officials. From the man who arranged the portable toilet, to the people who carried flowers and organized the collection of trash cans.

Officials said more than 100,000 people visited Windsor on Monday.

I think we all remember that huge crowd.

from Yahoo’s The story of Maria Puente.

William and Kate were there to pay tribute to the army of people behind the scenes who helped make the beloved Queen’s historic funeral a moving and epic final farewell.

Among the volunteers on hand were those who helped greet the Queen’s funeral party arriving in Windsor from London, 25 miles away, and assisted in assisting the large crowds that lined the long walks they passed en route to the castle. There was

officials said More than 900 stewards and 90 ambassadors were on standby to assist visitors on Monday.

Kate Mungie daily mail report“The Prince of Wales told volunteers and staff who helped with Windsor’s commitment that the royal family saw five rainbows over Balmoral shortly after her grandmother died.” I was there,” he added.

from daily mail coverage:

Lieutenant General Graham Barker and the Windsor Council’s Chief Royal Funeral Planner introduced the Prince and Princess of Wales to staff and volunteers representing various departments assisting the crowds assembled to commemorate the Queen.

This included St. John’s ambulances, transport staff, city council employees, stewards, infrastructure organizers and logistics teams, who performed tasks such as setting up barriers and making announcements to the crowd over speaker systems.

Kate talked about seeing all the infrastructure like barriers along the road “coming from school and back.”

from Telegraph’s Talk:

When the Duchess asked if there were many locals in the crowd, the ambassador told her that the people in the crowd were from all over the world.

“It’s amazing how many people came and wanted to pay their respects,” she said.

William was heard asking: How hard was it? ”

He later commented, “It’s been a busy few days, but you guys have been so long. Thank you.”

This is a short video of Emily Nash hello.

He expressed his gratitude for the efforts of many people.

Rebecca English reports“William added, “It was really touching to see the flowers.

Ten days ago, this young woman had brought Paddington and a corgi to await Queen Elizabeth’s coffin procession from Holyrood Palace to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh.

return The Mirrors Talk.

He went on to joke that there was “a bit of a rivalry” going on between Corgi and Paddington, suggesting he would be Team Corgi if given a choice.

“Corgi and Paddington were racing loggerheads!” he said. “Paddington is a new addition. Corgi’s been there all along.”

William says he was very moved by the public’s tribute, but that it was the sight of Paddington surrounded by flowers that he had trouble keeping calm.

Pictured below are the Prince and Princess looking at cards, flowers and other items brought in by members of the public at Sandringham on Thursday.

and another dish The Mirrors paper.

“It was really inspiring to see the flowers,” said William. “We had a good look. Not only here, but also at Sandringham, it was flowery depths. It was really inspiring.”

“We tried to read as many books as possible [of messages with the flowers] But there were also things like essays, which were incredible. The children’s stuff was very special to me.

Kensington Palace posted a video about the engagement today.

The Queen’s memorial services are also taking place in several locations today, including Australia’s National Memorial Service at the Houses of Parliament in Canberra.

Below, Karen Pearce, British Ambassador to the United States, speaking at the “Thanksgiving Day for the Life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II” at the National Cathedral in Washington.

On Monday, Canada celebrated National Day of the Morning with a parade and memorial service in downtown Ottawa.

Let’s take a look at what Kate wore for today’s engagement.

she brought home a collarless long coat Dolce & GabbanaThis garment is made from a silk/wool blend and features a round neck, fitted bodice, pleated waist, and front pocket flaps.

Most recently, we saw Court to visit the RAF Cadets in London in April 2021. The princess wore this coat for the first time on Remembrance Sunday in 2017.

As far as I know, the princess seems to have worn her Gianvito Rossi 105 Black suede pumps.

her hair was down and looked like she was wearing it anushka pearl drop ($480, on sale in liberty) When Kiki McDonough Hoops.


The Royal Family Channel provides approximately six minutes of coverage in this video.

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