Prince Louis responded heartbreakingly |

That’s how Kate taught her children that great-grandma was dead

The little ones are sometimes the strongest…

Died on Thursday queen elizabeth († 96) and leaves behind a mourning kingdom and a family that suffers painfully from the loss of the queen. After all, she wasn’t the queen for her twelve great-grandchildren, but simply “grannie” and leaves a big gap in the family.

Actually, as an outsider, you don’t know what it’s like behind the palace walls on the saddest days and hours, what comforting words are spoken and how the royal family really deals with the loss.

Meghan, Harry, William and Kate admire the many flowers laid for the Queen by mourners

Meghan, Harry, William and Kate admire the many flowers laid for the Queen by mourners

Photo: Chris Jackson/dpa

But during the 40-minute tour of William (40), Kate (40), Harry (37) and meghan (41) at Windsor Castle to examine the numerous flowers for the Queen and to talk to the people, the visitor Banita Ranow (28) witnessed a very private conversation.

Standing in the crowd, Ranow says she overheard Kate “with tears in her eyes” telling the children next to her about the reaction of her youngest son Louis, 4.

Because while William left for Balmoral on Thursday to say goodbye to his grandmother, Kate stayed in Windsor with her three children George (9), Charlotte (7) and Louis. She therefore had the difficult task of telling her three children about the death of their great-grandmother.

The reaction of the youngest son Louis was particularly touching, as Kate is said to have reported to the children “crying”: “Louis said that Grannie is now at least with great-grandfather.”

According to royal insiders, Kate “gently” taught her children that great-grandma had died. She didn’t want George, Charlotte and Louis to find out from third parties, but directly from her. a US Source claims: “Kate used her words carefully and said that Elizabeth is in heaven with Philip. There were a lot of tears and hugs.”

The Queen with William and Kate and their great-grandchildren George, Charlotte and Louis

The Queen with William and Kate and their great-grandchildren George, Charlotte and Louis in June at her jubilee

Photo: Agency People Image

The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, died in April last year at the age of 99. The Duke of Edinburgh was the Queen’s great love and the man at her side for 73 years. The Queen was deeply saddened by his death last year. Most recently, she was only supported on her husband’s favorite walking stick.

Little Louis’ words prove this love between the Queen and her Philip is for eternity and now they are together forever.

A Love Forever: No couple in the royal family has ever been married longer than Philip and his Queen

A Love Forever: No couple in the royal family has ever been married longer than Philip and his Queen

Photo: The Countess of Wessex/AP

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