Prince Edward pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in heartbreaking message

Prince Edward pays homage to his mother, late Queen Elizabeth II.

More than a week after the Queen passed away at 96, her youngest son has expressed his family’s immense grief. “As a family, we have grown up learning to share our parents, especially our beloved mum, with the nation, its kingdoms and the Commonwealth,” the Earl of Wessex began in a September 16 statement. having spent time privately saying our farewells at Balmoral, now is the time to allow others to be able to say their farewells.”

Prince Edward’s statement comes as the Queen is in state at Westminster Hall in London, where members of the public can pay their last respects to the late monarch. The Prince and his siblings, King Charles III, Princess Anneand Prince Andrew held a vigil next to his coffin on September 16, as mourners inside the hall looked on.

In his statement, Edward also addressed a word of thanks to the public amid the family’s mourning.

“We were overwhelmed by the wave of emotions that washed over us and the large number of people who went out of their way to express their love, admiration and respect to such a special and unique person who has always been there for us. ,” he noted. “And now we’re here for her, united in grief. Thank you for your support, you have no idea what that means.”


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