Princess Charlotte's sweet words to Prince George, at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, appear to show how her reminding her brother to 'bow' during a key moment.
- Princess Charlotte's sweet words were captured as the young royals waited for the late monarch's coffin to go past them at Wellington Arch.
- The young royals featured in many key moments from the Queen's funeral, as children of the newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales.
- In other royal news, Lady Louise's necklace pays poignant tribute to her late grandparents and the interest they shared.
Since Buckingham Palace made the solemn announcement that Queen Elizabeth II had died at Balmoral Castle, there have been many ceremonies, tributes, and official events - all laden with the solemnity one might expect. The younger members of the Royal Family, specifically the Queen's great-grandchildren, played their own part in official events.
It was during a particularly poignant scene, as the Queen's funeral procession passed Wellington Arch as the Royal Family watched on, that Princess Charlotte was spotted whispering an instruction to Prince George. It appears that the Princess was reminding her older brother, who listened intently, to 'take a bow' at the key moment.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte chatting to each other🥺 pic.twitter.com/VeeVqToZVLSeptember 19, 2022
Despite the obvious pressures of having countless hoards lining the streets and the world watching as your family mourns - the two youngsters were on their best behavior and showed maturity far beyond their years. This was especially impressive, considering the relationship they shared with their late great-grandmother.
It's believed that the Prince and Princess of Wales' only daughter was particularly close to her beloved 'gan-gan' which was reflected in a very personal element of the outfit she wore on the solemn day. Princess Charlotte's sweet tribute to the Queen came in the shape of an adorable brooch, which she wore during the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
The stunning collection of Queen Elizabeth's brooches are world-renowned and it's believed that the sweet brooch, worm by Princess Charlotte, was a gift from her 'gan-gan.'
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