Prince William says walking behind the Queen’s coffin reminded him of Diana’s funeral

The royal reminisced about his first solo outing with Kate Middleton as Prince and Princess of Wales on Thursday.

The couple visited Sandringham, where they spoke with crowds and viewed cards and flowers left at Norwich Gates.

William added that walking behind his grandmother’s coffin during the procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall was “very difficult”.

He also spoke to another woman and said, “Don’t cry now, you’re going to kick me out.” according to a journalist who attended the engagement.

William and Prince Harry walked behind their mother’s coffin when William was just 15 and Harry was 12.

The young boys were joined by their grandfather, Prince Philip, Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, and their father, Prince Charles.


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