- Prince William mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II
- He can't confide in many
- This is how he is mourning
Prince William (40) is currently having a very difficult time. While he is still far from overcoming the grief for Queen Elizabeth II (†96), Netflix confronts him with the death of his mother Lady Diana (†36) in the new season of The Crown. Since then he hasn't been very happy with Netflix and Harry (38).
Prince William confides in Orla
A while ago, Prince William was given a black cocker spaniel named Orla by his brother-in-law. According to Royal expert Neil Sean, he spends a lot of time with the dog and walks her for a long time. He uses these moments to deal with his grief to "cope", which he has been struggling with since Queen Elizabeth's death.
As Sean tells the Express: "According to a very good source, the Prince of Wales really likes to go out for endless walks with Orla." He has "long conversations" with the dog.
This is a good opportunity for the Prince to speak about his problems undisturbed and without fear of the press.
Queen Elizabeth also spent a lot of time with her four-legged friends. She rode her beloved horses alone for hours.
For the royal and his family, Queen Elizabeth's death, despite her advanced age, came too quickly and surprisingly. Prince William's wife Duchess Kate (40) has also recently withdrawn for a few weeks.