William and Harry separately honor their grandmother: one with Kate in Wales and the other without Meghan in Windsor

This Friday, September 8, marks one year since the death of Isabel II. Although no official events have been carried out by the British royals to remember her, special gestures have taken place to honor the monarch, who died at the age of 96.

On behalf of the Prince of Wales, he has attended with Kate Middleton to a mass celebrated at Saint David’s Cathedral, in the town of Pembrokeshike, in Wales. Along with the rest of the citizens who have mourned the sovereign, they have been very emotional and close. Kate also wore earrings that belonged to the monarch during the ceremony.

The first anniversary of the queen’s death has also coincided with Prince Harry’s return to London, where this Thursday he attended the WellChild Awards gala to support children with illnesses. It must be remembered that the brother of William of England is a sponsor of the British children’s NGO WellChild.

Taking advantage of his trip to the United Kingdom, the Duke of Sussex went to Windsor this Friday to remember his grandmother. On this trip he has not been accompanied by Meghan Marklewho has stayed in the United States with the little ones Archie y Lilibet Diana. Harry mourned his grandmother in St. George’s Chapel, where her remains rest. In that same chapel he married Meghan in 2018. During his time in England, he has not met either his brother or his father, with whom he still has not smoothed things out.

The Kings Charles III y Camillafor their part, attended the mass celebrated in Balmoral, in Scotland, in honor of Elizabeth II.