Yes he and Sarah will look after them now.Andrew is going to have them
We came across on 2nd and TBH when she died I did consider coming home.
We were in Hyde Park with what seemed like at least a million others when HM was transferred to the hearse. Nearly everyone was on their feet singing the anthem and applauding respectfully at the end. Very moving.I was doing okay until they got to the part where she was transferred to the hearse and drove off playing "God save the King (Queen?)" then I could feel a little bit of a tear coming on, however I loved seeing the little smile that Charles had around that time as I'm sure he felt that everyone had done her proud. The other time it felt it was when they were playing 'God save the King' at Windsor and he closed his eyes for a moment, the emotion on his face said it all.
Yes she was, she did very well to hold back how she was obviously feeling and carry on with the summation.Yes she was overcome with emotion
We witnessed the Last Post ceremony at Ypres 2 weeks ago, it was very moving them, I can only image what it must be like since the passing of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II.Away in The Netherlands and Belgium but still watched the truly moving ceremonies. Listened to the Last Post being played last night with nothing but thoughts of her majesty. Tears a plenty today.
I totally agree Viennese. I watched the funeral on BBC World until 3.00am (I’m currently in Honolulu) but it wasn’t until I saw a roundup of the procession going to Windsor that I had to reach for my hankie at the sight of Emma.The funeral was very moving and wonderfully choreographed. I thought 'Thank God we can still do something well in this country'. I was particularly moved to see Emma her Fell pony at Windsor. I've had to give up riding in my 70s, but HM continued into her 90s. It was heartwarming to see the occasional clip of her out on her pony.