Prince William, Kate Middleton Avoid Dwelling on the Sadness Following Queen Elizabeth’s Death? Prince of Wales Shielding His 3 Kids From the Grief That He Feels, Royal Correspondent Claims

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are still mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth. The monarch died on Sept. 8 at the age of 96. And since the Prince and Princess of Wales' three kids are already of age, they seemingly already understand the concept of death.

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Prince William, Kate Middleton Trying To Move Things On Quickly After Queen Elizabeth's Death?

During a recent interview, royal correspondent Jennie Bond said that Prince William has been shielding Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis from the grief that he feels following his grandmother's demise.


He and his wife, the Princess of Wales, are also trying to move things on as quickly as possible. It is the royal couple's goal to give their kids a normal half-term break despite the queen's death.

"After their great granny's passing, William and Catherine will try to move things on as quickly as possible and not dwell too much on the sadness of the last couple of months. Even though William will undoubtedly have moments where he feels very sad, he will try to shield the children from it," she told OK! Magazine UK.

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Prince William And Kate Middleton Want A Normal Half-Term Break For Their Kids, Royal Correspondent Claimed


Bond is also speculating on the possibility of Prince William, Middleton, and their children having plenty of time to explore nature on their Windsor estate during the kids' half-term break.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis could also explore the grounds, go cycling and horseback riding, as well as have some barbecue as a family.

According to the royal correspondent, no one can begrudge the Prince and Princess of Wales from wanting to spend as much time with their kids as they possibly can.

"It's been a brutal [work] schedule for William and Catherine and they've got a very young family. I think the work-life balance must have been difficult these past few weeks and, let's face it, it's not going to get any easier with their new responsibilities," she said.


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Prince William Saw Five Rainbows Over Balmoral After Queen Elizabeth's Death


Last month, Prince William paid tribute to the queen via a loving statement. He said that he is incredibly grateful for all the time he spent and learned from the queen.

"I, however, have lost a grandmother. And while I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I have had the benefit of The Queen's wisdom and reassurance into my fifth decade. My wife has had twenty years of guidance and support. My three children have got to spend holidays with her and create memories that will last their whole lives," he said (via Mirror UK).

And during his engagement last month, Prince William revealed that he saw five rainbows over Balmoral shortly after the queen's death. And he was convinced that this was his grandmother looking down on the royal family, according to Town & Country.

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