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Kate Middleton meets mourners in Sandringham and calls audience ‘very brave’

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Kate’s thanks to the public: Princess of Wales praises mourners for being ‘very brave’ and ‘supporting her family’ by ‘uniting around values ​​the Queen stood for’

Kate Middleton thanked the public for their “extraordinary support” after the Queen’s death, praising mourners for being “joyful” and “united around the values ​​Her Majesty stood for.”

The new Princess of Wales, 40, spoke to well-wishers in Sandringham on Friday ahead of the monarch’s funeral today.

Shaking hands with royal supporters, she said “everyone is very brave,” a video shared to TikTok shows.

The new Princess of Wales, 40, spoke to well-wishers in Sandringham on Friday ahead of the monarch's funeral today.

Kate Middleton thanked the public for their ‘extraordinary support’ after the Queen’s death, praising mourners for being ‘joyful’ and ‘united around the values ​​Her Majesty stood for’

The new Princess of Wales joined her husband Prince William last week to meet benefactors in Sandringham

The new Princess of Wales joined her husband Prince William last week to meet benefactors in Sandringham

“Well done to everyone,” she said.

‘Everyone processes it in a different way. Everyone is very brave’.

She added that there has been an “extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty” and added that it has been “extraordinary” to see my family receive support.

‘Everyone unites around the values ​​they stood for. The connecting part is so important.

“Hopefully together we can support each other in memory,” she continued.

Shaking hands with royal supporters, she said “everyone is very brave,” a video shared to TikTok shows.

The Prince and Princess of Wales look at floral tribute left at Sandringham House for Her Majesty, who died last Thursday in Balmoral, aged 96

The Prince and Princess of Wales look at floral tribute left at Sandringham House for Her Majesty, who died last Thursday in Balmoral, aged 96

The Prince and Princess of Wales were introduced to residents during a private audience at Sandringham House yesterday by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk.

The royal couple were at the residence to watch the floral tribute to the Queen and to meet the benefactors ahead of Her Majesty’s funeral on Monday.

During the visit, the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Lady Dannatt, introduced Kate and Prince William, 40, to people from the area.

The Princess of Wales could be seen receiving bouquets of flowers as she greeted royal fans during her participation in the event yesterday

The Princess of Wales could be seen receiving bouquets of flowers as she greeted royal fans during her participation in the event yesterday

Floral tribute was placed at Norwich Gates on Sandringham Estate by members of the public, in memory of the late Queen

Floral tribute was placed at Norwich Gates on Sandringham Estate by members of the public, in memory of the late Queen

Today Kate will attend the monarch’s funeral along with her husband and children George and Charlotte.

2,000 royals, world leaders, VIPs and hundreds of members of the public will be at the abbey while millions around the world will attend Her Majesty’s state funeral.

The first members of the congregation for the Queen’s state funeral have arrived at Westminster Abbey.

Kate added that there has been an 'extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty' and added that it has been 'extraordinary' to see my family receive support

Kate added that there has been an ‘extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty’ and added that it has been ‘extraordinary’ to see my family receive support

The grand oak doors of the UK’s main church – where Her Majesty married Prince Philip and had her coronation – opened at 8am, three hours before the service begins.

Amid concerns that London will be ‘full’ today – and a lack of hotel rooms – dozens of people began queuing at The Mall in central London over the weekend, despite rules – seemingly loosely enforced – that prevented people from setting up camp.

This morning, before dawn, stewards told campers to tear down their tents. Huge crowds have also formed in Windsor, where the Queen is buried tonight.

Several who slept in central London at night said friends and family told them they were “crazy” to perform the night watch, but insisted that they not miss the opportunity.

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