NEWNow you can listen to the articles from Fox News!

Prince William posted a message on Saturday in remembrance of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

William spoke publicly on Saturday for the first time since the royal matriarch’s death. The newly appointed Prince of Wales published the message via a press release from Kensington Palace.

“The world lost an extraordinary leader on Thursday […] I, however, have lost a grandmother, “Prince William said in his message.

(Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Images)

QUEEN ELIZABETH II: 10 EXCEPTIONAL FACTS AND MOMENTS FROM THE LIFE OF THE ROYAL MONK

The queen’s 70-year reign ended after her death on Thursday 8 September. The British monarch died on his summer estate Balmoral Castle, located in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Buckingham Palace announced that doctors recommended that the queen be placed under medical supervision on Thursday morning. Hours later, Queen Elizabeth II “died peacefully,” according to a message posted on the royal family account.

William recalled the Queen’s years of leadership in both personal and royal matters. His family, he added, also enjoyed decades of wisdom from the later matriarch.

On 10 September 2022, British Prince William, Prince of Wales, attends an Accession Council meeting inside St James's Palace in London to proclaim the King of Great Britain Charles III as the new king.

On 10 September 2022, British Prince William, Prince of Wales, attends an Accession Council meeting inside St James’s Palace in London to proclaim the King of Great Britain Charles III as the new king.
(KIRSTY O’CONNOR / POOL / AFP via Getty Images)

QUEEN ELIZABETH II DIED AT 96: A GLIMPSE AT HER LIFE AS A BRITISH REALITY

“I have had the benefit of the Queen’s wisdom and reassurance during my fifth decade. My wife has had twenty years of guidance and support. My three children need to spend the holidays with her and create memories that will last a lifetime.” . the message continued.

In a tone similar to his mother’s stoic leadership, Prince William promised to honor his memory by devoting all his attention to the support of his father, now King Charles III.

“My grandmother said that pain was the price we pay for love. All the sadness we will feel in the coming weeks will be a testament to the love we felt for our extraordinary Queen. I will honor her memory by supporting my father, The King , in every possible way “.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Members of the royal family left Balmoral on Saturday to attend a prayer service for Queen Elizabeth II at nearby Crathie Kirk.

The queen reportedly frequented the small Scottish church regularly during her travels to the north.

Three of the queen’s four children, including Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, have reportedly been in Balmoral since Thursday, the day of the queen’s death.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.