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Kate Middleton says George, Charlotte and Louis had been 'beady-eyed'

Sep 23, 2022

Kate Middleton says Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had been ‘beady-eyed’ about spotting drones in the sky as part of the security operation for Queen’s funeral

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William took part in their first engagement yesterday 
  • Princess of Wales said her children had been ‘beady-eyed’ about spotting drones
  • Said they had asked about drones used as part of security operation for funeral
  • Princess of Wales, 40, discussed the ceremony with staff at Windsor Guildhall

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had been ‘beady-eyed’ about spotting drones in the sky which were used as part of the security operation for the Queen’s funeral, the Princess of Wales revealed yesterday.

Kate, 40, was speaking to the team of staff and volunteers at Windsor Guildhall, Berkshire, who were involved in coordinating the funeral services for Her late Majesty on Monday.

She explained Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, were particularly observant about the drones in the sky.

The Prince and Princess of Wales previously said they wanted to ‘keep things as normal as possible’ for their three children following the death of the Queen, according to reports. 

Prince George , Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had been ‘beady-eyed’ about spotting drones in the sky which were used as part of the security operation for the Queen’s funeral, the Princess of Wales (pictured) revealed yesterday 

She explained Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, (pictured together in June) were particularly observant about the drones in the sky 

The Prince, 40, added that while they hadn’t been roused by any of the 3am rehearsals in preparation for the funeral, younger ears in the family may have been awoken.

It comes as Prince William could be seen studying a Paddington tribute to the Queen on a phone during his first royal engagement after the late monarch’s funeral yesterday.

He and Kate thanked people who had worked to stage Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Windsor.

The Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend the state funeral and burial of the Queen

King Charles III and members of the royal family follow behind the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard with the Imperial State Crown and the Sovereign’s orb and sceptre, as it is carried out of Westminster Abbey after her State Funeral

The couple went on to share a swish video from the engagement on their official Instagram page, posting: ‘Thank you to all those who have worked so tirelessly to ensure that everyone visiting Windsor over the past two weeks has had a safe and positive experience.

‘It was a pleasure to meet just a small number of staff and volunteers today – we are hugely grateful for all of your efforts.’

In the clip, Kate and Prince William could be seen beaming as they spoke with volunteers, as well as studying tributes to the late monarch.

Elsewhere on the engagement, the Princess of Wales said she believed the late Queen was looking down on them when five rainbows appeared in the sky over Balmoral.

The State Gun Carriage pictured carrying the Queen’s coffin as it left Westminster Abbey on Monday

Kate, who opted to wear her recycled £2,150 Dolce & Gabbana collarless long coat in black, made the comment as she and William thanked people who had worked to stage Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Windsor.

It came as the Royals remarked at seeing the colourful weather phenomenon as they spent time in Scotland.

The Prince of Wales said the unusual sight had left them surprised, adding ‘In Scotland, how many rainbows turned up? You hardly ever see rainbows up there, but there were five.’ Kate smiled as she replied: ‘Her Majesty was looking down on us.’

And during the engagement, which was the first in person engagement for the Prince and Princess of Wales since the state funeral, William said he found himself ‘choked up’ when he saw Paddington Bear tributes to his grandmother, but had found comfort in the public outpouring of support for the Royal Family. 

The Imperial State Crown pictured being removed from the Queen’s coffin during the Committal Service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Monday 

The stunning skies seemed to say a last goodbye to the monarch, on Sunday, who has been a central figurehead of the country for over 70 years, and Britain’s longest reigning monarch. 

Elizabeth was synonymous with Windsor Castle, where rainbows also appeared, and where she spent much of her time especially after the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, in April last year.

And the rainbows were seen also overhead the Queue, which saw around 250,000 mourners lining up throughout the night to see the Queen lying in state.

Her Majesty also gave her name to the tower which holds the bell of Big Ben, which was renamed the Elizabeth Tower in 2012 to mark her Diamond Jubilee, and also saw the stunning phenomenon. 

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