Remembering their mother and grandmother. Following Queen Elizabeth II’s death, several royal family members have visited Balmoral Castle to remember her legacy.The late queen’s youngest three children — Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward — were photographed outside the Scottish residence on Saturday, September 10, as they viewed an array of floral tributes that had been left in Elizabeth’s memory.The siblings were joined by the queen’s granddaughters — Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindell and Lady Louise Windsor — as well as grandson Peter Phillips.
The group — who all wore black ensembles — also greeted the packed crowd of well-wishers during their Saturday outing.As the group mourned the loss of the beloved regent, who died on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96, other family members have memorialized her in Windsor, England. Prince William and Prince Harry were spotted together — despite their ongoing rift — alongside their wives, Princess Kate and Meghan Markle, respectively.After the group shook hands with visitors outside the English castle, they viewed floral arrangements that had been left for the queen.
The Duke of Cambridge, 40, and the Duke of Sussex, 37, even came together to pose for a group photo with Kate, 40, and Meghan, 41.Buckingham Palace previously confirmed on Thursday that Elizabeth had “died peacefully,” hours after it was reported that she was under medical supervision amid health concerns.“The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty The Queen, is a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family,” King Charles III, who ascended the throne after his mother’s death, wrote in a Thursday statement. “We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherishedRead more on usmagazine.com