William and Kate are set to honor the Queen’s life and legacy

On September 8, 2022, Queen Elizabeth II passed away. To mark the first anniversary of her death, Prince William and Princess Kate are expected to hold a public ceremony to commemorate them while also looking to the future.

Next September will mark the first anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). The British royal family is expected to organize a memorial service for Britain’s late long-time monarch to mark the occasion. As an anonymous source told the British tabloid “Daily Mirror”, Prince William (41) and his wife Princess Kate (41) should play a central role in the commemoration.

William, first in line for the throne, and his wife will deliver a public message to the people honoring the legacy and life of the late Queen, according to the report. It is not yet clear how exactly the message will be distributed. One possibility would be the social media accounts of the royals. The Prince and Princess of Wales have around 15 million followers on Instagram alone.

Death of Queen Elizabeth II was “end of an era”

But you will probably not only remember the long reign of Elizabeth II, as it is also said. William and Kate apparently also want to look ahead. “Her Majesty’s death was an event that truly marked the end of an era,” a source quoted as saying. “The royal family has been in transition since then and with the coronation and the end of the summer holidays, everyone will be excited to see what comes next.”

William’s father, King Charles III. (74), meanwhile, is said to be secretly paying tribute to his late mother – in Balmoral, Scotland. Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022 in the royal summer residence there. Individual members of the family could therefore attend public appointments around the anniversary. However, events in which the entire royal family participates are not planned.

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