Sharon Osbourne also adored how little Princess Charlotte encouraged big brother, Prince George to bow when the Queen's coffin passed by Wellington Arch at the entrance to Buckingham Palace.
Many people have noticed that Prince George of Wales, 9, and Princess Charlotte of Wales, 7, were incredibly well-behaved during the Queen's funeral. Writer Tina Brown told CBS News that Charlotte resembles the same poise as her great-grandmother in her younger days. "When Churchill first met the queen at the age of 2, he commented on her extraordinary gravity and her poise. And I do feel somewhat the same way about Princess Charlotte. She has got that same quality," she said.
.@TinaBrownLM says at just 7 years old, Princess Charlotte resembles the poise of a young Queen Elizabeth:— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 19, 2022
"When Churchill first met the queen at the age of 2, he commented on her extraordinary gravity and her poise. And I do feel somewhat the same way about Princess Charlotte" pic.twitter.com/wEBb5t0S9l
Sharon Osbourne is also praising some of the youngest royal family members for the way they handled themselves during the solemn occasion. While appearing on The Talk, Osbourne said she the youngsters are naturals and called their behavior at the Queen's funeral service "impeccable." "They were just born to do what they're doing. It's incredible," she added. She also adored how little Princess Charlotte encouraged big brother, Prince George to bow when the Queen's coffin passed by Wellington Arch at the entrance to Buckingham Palace. The prince gracefully listened to the advice on proper royal protocol immediately.
As we reported earlier, the former America's Got Talent judge also had praise for the Queen Consort. "Camilla has won the British public over with her dignity and the work that she has been doing." She added, "I really respect her, I think that she's a very brave woman. And I think that she has done incredibly well in the last few years, incredibly well! She has won the public over with her dignity and the work that she does, and I just really respect her and I adore..."
"They were just born to do what they're doing. It's incredible."— The Talk (@TheTalkUK) September 20, 2022
Princess Charlotte was spotted telling her big brother Prince George to bow as the Queen's coffin passed them.@MrsSOsbourne and Vanessa Feltz praise the royal children for their "impeccable" behaviour. pic.twitter.com/GJKsjw7YhF
Sharon Osbourne, who was one of the thousands of mourners who watched the late Queen departing Buckingham Palace, admitted that she has a strong fondness for the royal family and told ITV News that the late Queen represented "stability." "I love the Queen and I came over for this because I'm a royalist and I love the royal family," she shared. "No matter what would change in this country and, you know, everything changes in life but she never did. And it was just wonderful to have her." The 69-year-old and her rocker husband Ozzy also have decided to go back to their British roots. The two are moving back to the UK after living in LA for more than 20 years. "It’s just time. America has changed so drastically. It isn’t the United States of America at all. Nothing’s united about it. It’s a very weird place to live right now," she said.
Rest In Peace Queen Elizabeth ll. The embodiment of strength, dignity and unwavering commitment to her vow. May you be at peace beside His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg. Long Live The King. pic.twitter.com/SbnhCl4tsm— Sharon Osbourne (@MrsSOsbourne) September 8, 2022
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