Princess Charlotte cries after Queen’s funeral

Princess Charlotte wept this afternoon after the Queen’s emotional funeral in a heartbreaking moment.
The seven-year-old royal wiped her eyes and was comforted by mother Kate Middleton after parting ways with her beloved great-grandmother.

She had remained composed throughout the ceremony in Westminster Hall, The sun reported.

The young royal was only seen weeping as Her Majesty’s casket was lowered into the hearse at Wellington Arch.

Charlotte’s older brother, Prince George, 9, was also comforted at the funeral when he appeared upset.

The Princess of Wales put a reassuring hand on her eldest son’s leg after rubbing his eye.

He sat between his mother and father and Charlotte, sitting next to Kate, watched.

And there were emotional scenes as the two children entered Westminster Abbey with their parents.

It was not known if the young royals would be at the funeral, but it is clear that the new Prince and Princess of Wales decided it was important for them to attend.

Kate watched as she placed a reassuring hand on the shoulders of her oldest children as they entered the memorial.

George was depicted singing The day you gave, Lord, has ended while standing between his parents.

You could see Charlotte looking around from under the brim of her hat as the mourners sang The Lord is my shepherd.

During the sermon of the Archbishop of Canterbury, George read the order while Sister Charlotte was seen whispering to her mother.

At one point, the young people were seen standing next to their Aunt Meghan Markle.

The family then sat alongside leaders from around the world to bid farewell to Britain’s longest reigning monarch.

After the funeral, Charlotte accompanied Camilla and Kate in a car as they followed the procession from the coffin to Wellington Arch.

Meanwhile, you could see George welling up as he walked with other members of the royal family.

This story was originally published by The Sun and reproduced with permission

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