• Prince William mourns the Queen
  • He showed his feelings publicly
  • Hadn't seen a Royal like that

On September 14, a procession for the late Queen Elizabeth II took place in London. Her coffin was accompanied, among others, by her grandson Prince William. During his visit to Sandringham on September 15, he was touched by the great sympathy of the people.

He shook many hands, conversed with those present, and accepted condolences. According to a Twitter post by Daily Mail editor Rebecca English, he said to a woman: "Don't cry now, or I'll start too", and then showed himself unusually emotional.

After the death of the Queen: Prince William very emotional

It's undoubtedly a tough time for Prince William and the entire royal family. Not only has the newly-appointed Prince of Wales lost his grandmother,  but the procession for her the day before brought back memories of his late mother's funeral.

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As reported by Royal correspondent for the Daily Express, Richard Palmer, on Twitter, William is said to have commented on the procession to a woman and how hard this day was for him. According to this, for him "very difficult' and he would have remembered walking behind his mother's coffin in 1997 when he was 15 years old.

Sunday Times editor Roya Nikkhah confirmed this on Twitter. According to her, he is also said of Queen Elizabeth II: "I realize that she was everyone's grandmother - the way people reacted.“

Prince William came to Sandringham accompanied by his wife Kate, the Princess of Wales. The warm words of the people and the great sympathy were certainly a small consolation in these difficult times.