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A feigned emotion? This Monday, September 19, the whole world paid a last tribute to the queen Elizabeth II, died on September 8 at the age of 96, after having sat on the British throne for more than 70 years. Of the grand funeral indeed took place in London before the burial of the coffin of the monarch at Windsor Castle. For this particular day, the entire royal family had gathered around King Charles III and the Queen consort, Camilla Parker Bowles. In particular, we saw the Queen’s three other children – Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward – as well as her grandchildren: Prince William and Prince Harry, both accompanied by their respective wives.

A family that experienced many tensions but seemed to be one for this emotionally charged day. In an interview with Madame Figaro, Stephane Bern keep it like this”the image of a reunited family” during the ceremony, also noting the presence of two of William’s children: Prince George and Prince Charlotte. According to the royal family specialist, the few signs of sadness that could be seen during this funeral would also have “humanized the royal family”citing in particular “the tears of the king, the tears of his brother, the Earl of Wessex. That was very touching.”. But the host of Secrets of History a it seems he was less convinced by Meghan (…)


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