Written in CELEBRITIES the 9/22/2022 2:27 p.m.
Four days before the funeral of Queen Elizabeth IIthe princes of Wales, William and Kate Middleton appeared at Windsor Guildhall, Berkshire, to thank all the staff who worked hard to make all the ceremonies of the last goodbye to the British monarch, who died on September 8, left without any mishap.
“You have all been brilliant. It was very clever. The public doesn’t see all this hard work, but we really appreciate all the hours they’ve put in.” said Prince William, visibly moved.
In conversation with the staff in charge, the Princess of Wales opened her heart and spoke about how her children lived these days of mourning and much movement in England. According to her story, Princes George, Louis and Princess Charlotte couldn’t believe everything that was happening nor could they explain why there was so much movement in the streets.
Yes ok the princes of Wales tried to keep their children out of the public eye and they chose to carry out their activities on a daily basis, resuming their classes, it was impossible for the children not to notice all the security equipment that surrounded the areas.
“The kids said it fell off so fast. I guess it’s a lot quicker to undo,” he explained. They had “bright little eyes”, when they wondered why there were drones flying.
When asked if at any time she or her family could not sleep because they were listening to the rehearsals prior to the funeral, Kate Middleton she explained that the noise was not loud enough to disturb her.
“We didn’t listen to it, although I would have loved it.” said.
Meanwhile and in this regard, Prince William added that “some of the children in the family woke up and thought, are we hearing things?”
According to information from Mirror, More than 100,000 people a day gathered at Windsor Castle during the Queen’s state funeral, each with a bouquet of flowers. The personnel in charge of logistics placed more than 850 portable toilets, adapted more than 5 thousand parking spaces.
So that there were no setbacks in the ceremonies, 98 “ambassadors” and a thousand butlers worked.