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Kate Middleton.
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Princess Kate shares Prince Louis’ sweet tribute to the Queen

‘At least granny will be with grandpa now,’ said Prince Louis about Queen Elizabeth’s passing on Thursday last week.

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Kate Middleton.
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People across the world are mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth who passed away at age 96 on Thursday 8 September last week. Former Duchess Kate Middleton who holds the new title Princess of Wales has left many teary-eyed after revealing what her young son Prince Louis had to say after hearing the news of his world-renowned grandmother’s passing.

Prince Louis shares touching tribute to granny Queen Elizabeth

While the death of Queen Elizabeth has caused much controversy and debate in South Africa and across the world, millions of people are mourning her passing.

The queen, who was England’s longest reigning monarch, passed away at Balmoral Castle in Scotland last week.

For those who knew and loved the queen, her passing is a great travesty.

A tearful Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, recently went on a 40-minute walkabout around the Windsor castle along with her husband Prince William, his brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan to view the many flower arrangements placed outside in honour of the Queen.

During her walk, Middleton reportedly told children who were in the crowd of mourners what her son Prince Louis’ said after hearing about his grandmother the Queen’s passing.

According to Banita Ranow, 28, who was standing nearby, Prince Louis said the sweetest thing:

She said Kate told the children: “Louis said at least Grannie is with great grandpa now.”

Funeral details revealed

Meanwhile, all of the arrangements for the Queen’s funeral have been made public.

According to the Daily Mail, the funeral will take place on the 19 of September this month.

It will take place at Westminster Abbey, and it is expected that either the Dean of Westminster or the Archbishop of Canterbury, the senior bishop of the Church of England, will lead the service.

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