Prince Harry, emotional message after Queen Elizabeth II passed away

The Duke of Sussex has broken his silence on the passing of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, by posting a touching tribute on his official Instagram account.

Following the passing of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday, September 8, Prince Harry, who is 37 years old, has paid tribute to his “admired and respected” grandmother.

The Duke of Sussex, along with other members of the Royal Family, traveled to Balmoral Castle on the day that the Queen passed away. The Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle, are currently still residing in the United Kingdom.

Now, the father of two children has addressed the public on the subject of his loss, expressing his gratitude to the Queen for her “service,” her “good advise,” and her “infectious smile.”

The following is the complete statement that was released by Prince Harry, who is now known as the Duke of Sussex:

“In remembering the life of my grandmother, Her Majesty The Queen, as well as lamenting the loss of her, we are all brought back to the role she played as a moral compass for a great number of people via her dedication to duty and service.

She was held in high esteem and admiration all across the world.

Her grace and dignity never wavered while she was alive, and they continue to be a part of her legacy even after she is gone.

Let us echo the words that she spoke following the demise of her husband, Prince Philip, words that can bring consolation to all of us now: “Life, of course, comprises of last partings as well as first meets. Let us remember this.”

Granny, despite the fact that this final separation causes all of us a great deal of heartache, I will be eternally grateful for each and every one of our first encounters, from the earliest memories I have of my childhood spent with you, to the first time I worked for you as Commander-in-Chief, to the first time you held my adoring wife and your cherished great-grandchildren in your arms.

I will always treasure the times that we have spent together as well as the many other memorable moments that have passed in between.

You are already being missed tremendously, not only by us but also by people all across the world. And as it pertains to initial encounters, we now honor my father in his new role as King Charles III.

I am grateful to you for the dedication you have shown to the service.

I am grateful for the helpful counsel you provided.

I’d want to express my gratitude for your contagious smile.

Even though we are saddened, we are happy to know that you and your grandfather are once again together and at peace.”

This remark was made just one day after Prince Harry, his older brother Prince William, the Prince of Wales, and Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, and Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, put up a united front with Kate Middleton and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The four couples, who were formerly collectively referred to as the “Fab Four,” got together to meet and greet members of the public outside of Windsor Castle and to read the words that were written on flowers and left for the Royal Family.


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