The Royal Family’s hectic schedule continues as the country prepares for the Queen’s funeral. In the meantime, the King, Princes and other members of the family have been busy with royal duties, which is to be expected after the death of Britain’s most iconic and longest serving monarch.
Alongside Kate Middleton, Prince William and Queen Consort Camila, King Charles welcomed various leaders and dignitaries from a total of fourteen countries. Present were governors from ‘Commonweath’ countries such as Australia, the Bahamas, Canada, New Zealand, Papa New Guinea and more.
They were visiting to pay their respects to the late Queen, who passed away last week. The event took place in preparation for tomorrow’s grand reception, in which 500 world leaders will gather at Buckingham Palace in memory of Queen Elizabeth II.
Prior to today’s lunch, King Charles and Prince William made a surprise visit to all those queuing to pay their respects in Westminster to the Queen. There are waits of more than 20 hours to pay a visit to the site where the Queen’s coffin is currently being held.
All those present were delighted to see the royal father and son, and chants of ‘God save the King’ were being sung as they greeted the mourners waiting to pay say their final goodbye.