The Queen’s eight loving grandchildren have held a vigil around their beloved grandmother’s coffin this evening.
According to local media outlets, the vigil was held during the evening hours in Westminster Hall today, as hundreds of mourners stood patiently in line to pay their respects to the Queen.
The vigil was held by Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall, and Peter Philips. This included Lady Louise and James Viscount Severn too.
Last night, King Charles was seen with his siblings, Princess Anne and Princes Andrew and Edward.
All of the grandchildren were seen making their way inside the gall just before the clock struck 6 pm, and that’s where they united for the vigil that lasted a mere 16 minutes, as confirmed by local media outlets.
Both Harry and William appeared dashing in their crispy military uniforms, despite much controversy about the Duke of Sussex not being allowed to adorn his military attire. And that’s because he is no longer considered to be a working Royal.
But according to local media outlets, the decision was finally allowed, and it was one that many appreciated as they longed to see Harry donning the attire for a while. Moreover, the decision was finalized by King Charles himself, royal insiders added, who personally gave him the green signal to do so.
Despite serving his time in the army, Harry has been seen wearing a civilian dress whenever he is out in public because he gave up all of his royal titles and duties, sources revealed.
Prince William led the way for others to follow. He was seen wearing a blue-toned Blues and Royals No. 1 uniform with all of his medials attached.
Most of the grandkids appeared to be deep in thoughts and prayers as they were pictured by cameras and viewed live by millions around the globe.
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