Prince William and Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan greet a sea of mourners in Windsor
Many of the high profile members of the royal family were spotted visiting memorials to Queen Elizabeth II across the UK on Saturday. For most, it was the first time they had been in public.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, joinedand his wife Kate, the Princess of Wales, at Windsor Castle to view the sea of floral tributes left by the public in honor of the Prince’s grandmother. The princes and their wives were seen shaking hands and speaking to members of the public.
It was the couple’s first public appearance since the Queen’s death.
Elsewhere, Queen Elizabeth II’s three youngest children – Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward – along with their families, greeted a crowd who gathered to line the route outside Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Saturday, where the Queen two died days before. They also took in the sea of floral tributes left by the public at the gates of the castle.
Andrew’s daughter, was seen laying a bouquet while her sister, Princess Beatrice, and the rest of the family took time to read the many tributes to the Queen.
Hours earlier, Prince William and Prince Harry’s father,was during a ceremony in London. William, next in line to the throne, was also present at the ceremony.
Since the Queen’s death, William and Kate have conceived– they are now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall and the Prince and Princess of Wales. Harry and Meghan’s titles haven’t changed, but their children are now .