The Prince and Princess of Wales will pay a Tribute to the Late Queen

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The Prince and Princess of Wales Tribute to Late Queen
The Royal Family

It’s been an year since the Royal world suffered a huge loss – The Death of Queen Elizabeth II. The glorious reign of 70 plus years came to its end after The Queen passed out peacefully at her beloved Balmoral Castle. Her elder son, King Charles III, will be reflecting on the day in peace at the same castle on September 08th. Just like Elizabeth used to do on the anniversary of her father’s death.

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The Prince of Wales, William, will be leading the Royal Family publicly to mark the day. Joined by his wife, The Princess of Wales – Catherine, William will be heading to South Wales on September 08th to visit St David’s Cathedral where a tribute will be paid to the late Queen. As per the Daily Mirror’s report,

“Prince William is on the day expected to lead tributes from the royal family, paying homage to the life and legacy of Elizabeth II, but any message will strongly “look to the future”, sources have said. William is not expected to speak at the cathedral but the couple will be shown around the ancient church in St David’s, the UK’s smallest city.”

The Prince and Princess of Wales will visit St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral

Situated in the smallest city of Wales, the venue had a special relation with the late Queen. Since the early 1500s, one of the Quire Stalls has been in the possession of the Crown – named the Sovereign’s Stall. And as Sovereign, the late Queen held the First Canon Cursal Stall in the Quire among the Cathedral Chapter, and she took her place there on some of her four visits to the Cathedral. She was also the first monarch to visit the Cathedral since the Reformation. on Maundy Thursday 1982, Queen Elizabeth II distributed the Royal Maundy at the cathedral. This was the first occasion that the ceremony had taken place outside England.

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Kensington Palace

The day will also mark the Royal couple’s return to the work after summer break and it will be their first public engagement since Wimbledon 2023 Final in July. They have been spending time with their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis away from public eye at their country home – Anmer Hall. The children are due to return back to school on September 06th.


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Balmoral Castle

This week, King Charles III is hosting the Royal Family at the Balmoral Castle. A tradition he kept alive from his mother’s reign. The King arrived at the palace earlier this week and many members of the royal family have already arrived included Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with their husbands and children. The Prince and Princess of Wales will be joining the family this week and will spend rest of the August in highlands before returning to Adelaide Cottage to kick start their Autumn agenda.


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