Kate to attend royal funeral with world watching

Kate the wife of Prince William now attends her first royal funeral (prince Philips) with the world watching. Kate is soon to reach the 10th anniversary of marrying into the royal family. Kate is just days away from passing her first decade as a member of the royal family, with her 10th wedding anniversary to Prince William on April 29, 2021. But the Kate has yet to experience the challenge of crying as a family member with world-watching views.

She is a university fellow prince William and now she ready to be a Queen in thefuture due to the adaption of the royalrole with ease after her wedding, and has attended many impressive memorials and celebrations including Remembrance Sunday events and a service to mark the end of betel operations in Afghanistan.

But now, it’s a funeral of the royal family and third persons from different households having to sit two meters apart as they socially distance, including the Queen who will sit alone, with all guests wearing face masks and forbidden from singing under coronavirus rules. And Prince William may get some old memory from Prince Diana’s death when he was just 15 and walk behind her month coffin.

William has spoken of the kindness his grandfather Philip showed to Kate. “I will always be grateful that my wife had so many years to get to know my grandfather and for the kindness, he showed her,” he said in tribute.

William and Kate’s young children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will not be at the funeral, with guests limited to just 30 because of the pandemic.

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