The prince williamgrandson of Queen Elizabeth II, assured that he will honor the memory of his grandmother, working to support his father, King Carlos III.
“I knew this day would come, but it will be some time before the reality of life without my granny feel real“said the newly appointed Prince of Wales, in a short social media post.
The Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8. at 96 years old. William stressed that throughout her life of service, the queen was a great leader and that her departure represents a great loss to the world.
“Nevertheless, I lost a grandmother“, wrote.
He expressed his gratitude for the kindness he always showed towards his family and thanked him, on behalf of his generation, “for giving an example of service and dignity in public life that was from another era, but always relevant to all of us.”
“My grandmother used to say that pain was the piece we pay for love. All the sadness that we will feel in the coming weeks will be a testament to the love we feel for our extraordinary queen.”
William stressed that Queen Elizabeth II was by his side both in his happiest and saddest days of his life.
In the same way, he assured that he was grateful for the time at his side, as well as the support and guidance that Elizabeth II gave his wife. Kate, Princess of Wales. He also pointed out the importance of their childrenPrincess Charlotte and Princes George and Louis, have been able to create memories with their great-grandmother.