Prince William and Kate Middleton will preside over Elizabeth II’s death anniversary tribute

Next September 8 will be one year since the death of the queen Isabel II and the British royal family has already begun preparations for that day. Will not be Charles III who presides over the public tributes to commemorate the monarch, but who will do so Prince Guillermo and his wife, Kate Middleton.

As stated Daily Mail, this decision is motivated by the intention that the princes of Wales “mark the future” of the crown. “There will be a speech where they will review the trajectory of her Majesty and will also talk about her role as a mother and grandmother,” she explains.

“The royal family has been in transition since he died and after the coronation and the summer holidays, there will be expectations for what follows,” a source told the aforementioned outlet. Meanwhile, the king will spend that day “quietly and privately” at Balmoral Castle, where his mother died at the age of 96, in 2022.

Charles III was officially crowned King of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on May 6. Since then, the brother of Harry he became the first in the line of succession. the brother-in-law of Meghan Markle He will go on to occupy the throne of the United Kingdom when his father passes away.