On September 9, a day after the passing of Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton was photographed for the first time since the event.
After picking up her children from school, Kate, who is now known as the Princess of Wales and wears the title of Prince of Wales, exited Windsor Castle.
The mother of three, was in the driver’s seat of her car when she put on a black top and sunglasses.
Kate Middleton made the decision to remain in England with her three children rather than accompany other members of the royal family, including Prince William, to Balmoral Castle in Scotland to be with Queen Elizabeth when she passed away.
Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and Prince Edward’s wife Sophie were among the members of the Royal Family that made the trip to Scotland. Also accompanying Prince Charles was his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.
It has been reported that Prince Harry has made his way to Balmoral Castle after learning of the passing of his grandmother.
According to the rumours, Meghan Markle did not travel to Scotland with him at any point.
On the morning of September 8, it was reported that Queen Elizabeth II’s health was failing, and it was stated that the physicians’ recommendation was for her to be kept under medical observation.
Just a few hours later, the Royal Family made the sad announcement of her passing.
In a statement, Charles, who is now King Charles III, said, “The passing of my dear Mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a period of deep sadness for me and all members of my family.”
On September 9, King Charles informed the whole public of William and Kate’s new titles at an address he gave to the populace.
He made the decision that the couple will also be recognised as the Prince and Princess of Wales in addition to their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.
When asked about his son, who was the next in line to the throne, King Charles answered, “I am proud to create him, Prince of Wales.”
“With Catherine by his side, our new Prince and Princess of Wales will—I know—continue to inspire and lead our national conversations, helping to bring the marginalised to the centre ground where vital assistance can be given,” he added. “Our new Prince and Princess of Wales will continue to inspire and lead our conversations, and I know they will do so with the support of each other.”