As the Queen’s official mourning period ends, the royal family renews Get to work and build a united front. On October 1, Buckingham Palace released a photo of King Charles, the Queen and the Prince and Princess of Wales posing in London on the eve of the Queen’s funeral in September 18, just before the Buckingham Palace home reception for the head of state.
Over the past few weeks, Welsh people have undergone significant changes in their personal and working lives, from their move from 1A at Kensington Palace The move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor began. News of the Queen’s death came just the same week that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis began their studies at Rambrook School in Berkshire – and William issued a statement to pay tribute to the late monarch. “My grandmother famously said that grief is the price we pay for love,” he wrote in a widely circulated message. “All the grief we will feel in the coming weeks will be a testament to our love for our extraordinary Queen. I will do everything I can to support my father, the King, in her memory.”
Charles, meanwhile, announced in his first speech as king that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would henceforth be known as the Prince and Princess of Wales, with William succeeding took his Scottish title and the Duchy of Cornwall. “I know that by Catherine’s side, our new Prince and Princess of Wales will continue to inspire and lead our national conversation, helping to bring the fringes to the heart where vital help can be provided,” he told the British public. As far as the Welsh are concerned, they have already visited Anglesey for the first time since winning the title and are in 27 September. A statement from Kensington Palace said: “The Prince and Princess have a deep affection for Wales, have established their first home in Anglesey and have thoroughly enjoyed previous visits and the warmth and enthusiasm shown by the people of Wales. bona fide.”