According to one royal expert, Prince William will try to “protect” his children from grief in the coming months.
The Prince of Wales has nine-year-old Prince George, seven-year-old Princess Charlotte, four-year-old Prince Louis, and Duchess Catherine, and wants to help and support the children as best she can after Queen Elizabeth’s death.
“William will definitely have a very sad moment, but he will try to protect his children from it,” said royal expert Jenny Bond.
William and Katherine do their best not to dwell too much on the grief of the past few months.
Jenny said OK! Magazine: “After their great-grandmother passed away, William and Catherine try to move things forward as quickly as possible and not dwell too much on the grief of the past few months.”
The Queen died in Scotland on September 8th at the age of 96, after which William sent a passionate tribute to his grandmother.
“The world has lost an extraordinary leader whose devotion to her country, realm, and federation was absolute. Much will be said about the significance of her historic reign.
“But I lost my grandmother. While I am saddened by her loss, I am incredibly grateful. For fifty years I have benefited from the Queen’s wisdom and reassurance.”
“My wife has been under my guidance and support for 20 years. My three children need to spend the holidays with my wife and make memories that will last a lifetime.
“She was by my side in my happiest moments, and she was by my side in the saddest days of my life.
“I knew this day would come, but it will be a while before life without Granny really feels real.”