Princess + Prince of Wales: Catherine and William appear for the first time after the Queen's funeral

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Gradually, Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, return to work after the death of Queen Elizabeth. Now the couple has appeared in Windsor for an unannounced meeting with funeral workers.

The death of Queen Elizabeth, † 96, on September 8, 2022 should continue to make things difficult for the British royal family. But duty calls, and so Prince William, 40, and Catherine, Princess of Wales, 40, attend an unannounced meeting in Windsor on September 22, during the royal period of mourning declared by King Charles, 73. Emily Nash, Royal correspondent for Hello! Magazine, shared this on Twitter.

Catherine, Princess of Wales, and Prince William meet helpers in Windsor

"The Prince and Princess of Wales are meeting with volunteers and staff involved in the Queen's funeral at St George's Chapel and supporting the crowd in Windsor to thank them for their efforts," it said nash

On September 9, a period of royal mourning was declared at the request of "His Majesty the King [...] from now until seven days after the Queen's funeral," according to the palace website.

Princess Anne also has an appointment

While it is unlikely "that there would be any public appearances" by the royal family during this time, royal expert Richard Palmer explains to the Daily Express , palace officials said: "but a small number of visits, mainly to thank people who who took part in the ceremonies take place."

Princess Anne, 72, also met members of the Royal Navy who were attending Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession at Portsmouth Naval Base in her capacity as Commander-in-Chief of Portsmouth. Royal photographer Derek Momodu shares impressions of the unannounced date on Twitter. It is quite possible that more such meetings will follow.

Sources used: twitter.com, royal.uk

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