The new Princess of Wales spoke about the touching statement while meeting members of the public on a walkabout outside Windsor Castle with her husband.
Sometimes, when you are grieving the loss of someone, you experience comfort from the most unexpected place. For Kate Middleton, her comfort came from her youngest son, Prince Louis, while she tried to cope with Queen Elizabeth's death.
The new Princess of Wales spoke about the touching statement while meeting members of the public on a walkabout outside Windsor Castle with her husband, the Prince of Wales, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, according to Independent.
"Now Gan-Gan’s with Great-Grandpa," Louis told his mom, per Express. The mother-of-three added that Louis' words were "so sweet".
Banita Ranow, 28, from west London, who was at Windsor Castle, said Kate was "welling up" as she recalled her son’s comments. She also spoke about seeing Harry and William reunite, along with their spouses. “It was really nice," she said.
“I felt so emotional and I felt the Queen would have loved it. I just hope in the future they remain like that and that the brothers come together, and the families.”
William and Harry were once close as brothers, but since 2020, things have been a bit difficult between them. However, it was great that they had put their differences aside and come together for their grandmother.
"The Prince of Wales thought it was an important show of unity at an incredibly difficult time for the family," said a Royal source, of their reunion.
Earlier on, it was also reported that Prince William was "mourning" the end of his relationship with Harry, according to OK! magazine.
"He truly loves Harry and feels he has lost the only person, aside from his wife, who understood this strange life of theirs," a source said adding, "But he believes there are things you just don't do. And Harry has 100 percent crossed that line."
Prince William strongly believed that Prince Harry "disrespected" his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and the royal family. Meanwhile, another insider said that the Duke of Sussex's relationship with his brother is at "rock bottom.
The father-of-three was said to be "deeply upset" about his feud with his brother. He felt "let down" but learned to "move on."
"Broadly speaking, they have always been very different characters but very close because of their situation—the fact that [their parents'] marriage was unhappy. They relied upon each other," Penny Junor, who has written two biographies of the brothers, told PEOPLE.
It wouldn't have been easy for the brothers to meet after a long gap, but they did it for their grandmother, and that's all that matters, isn't it?
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