The Prince and Princess of Wales have been meeting volunteers and operational staff to thank them for their work. The Queen’s Obligation Service at Windsor Castle.
The couple praised the volunteers and staff who worked on the service at St George’s Chapel on Monday afternoon.
He also thanked the group for supporting the large crowds who gathered in Windsor to remember the Queen and watch her coffin procession up the Long Walk to the castle before the service.
The prince and princess arrive dressed in black as they continue. Observe the period of royal mourning Which will continue till Monday.
The Duchess asked if many people in the crowd were local, to which the ambassadors told her that people in the crowd came from all over the world.
“It’s amazing how many people wanted to come and pay their respects,” she said.
William can be heard asking: “How hard was Monday? How hard was it?”
He later said: “It’s been a busy few days but you guys are putting in a lot of time too, so thank you very much.”
The group talked about the number of people in the crowd, with one of the logistics staff saying it was around 110,000.
William said: “We didn’t see the whole town come to a standstill. We were just concerned that it would make everyone’s life miserable.”
They also spoke to council workers where William joked about Paddington Bear being “a new addition” to what people bring to the Queen’s memory.
“Corgis have been there for a long time,” he said.
This is William’s first engagement since his grandmother’s d*ath and his father Charles becoming king, with William becoming heir apparent and known as the Prince of Wales.
William The title of Duke of Cornwall was also inherited and is now Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge.
Kate is now known as the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.
Other members of the royal family are also holding engagements on Thursday to thank those who attended the Queen’s funeral and to recognize the service of those deployed overseas.
The Earl of Wess*x is visiting Estonia and Germany as Royal Colonel of the 2nd Battalion of the Wess*x Rifles and Royal Honorary Colonel of the Royal Wess*x Yeomanry.
The trip included members of the 2 Rifles visiting the Queen’s thanks for their service at Camp Tapa, Estonia, and visiting troops from the Royal Wess*x Yeomanry at Normandy Barracks in Paderborn, Germany.
The Princess visited Royal Portsmouth Naval Base to meet Royal Navy personnel who took part in the funeral procession.
Anne will also visit St Omar’s Barracks in Aldershot to meet staff who played a key role in providing logistical support during the funeral.
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