Prince Philip’s funeral: Kate Middleton takes a trip to St George’s Chapel

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The Duchess of Cambridge was the picture of dignified grace as she left Kensington Palace today.

Kate Middleton, 39, who enjoyed a good relationship with her partner’s grandpa, was photographed leaving for St George’s Chapel in the back of an automobile.

The mother-of-three used a classy pearl necklace, black face covering and black hat trimmed with a lace veil as she took a trip with other half Prince William.

The Duchess of Cambridge has actually not been seen because news of Prince Philip‘s death was revealed recently however the main Kensington Royal Instagram account shared a photo of the Duke of Edinburgh with Prince George in homage.

Though she has actually taken part in many royal events for many years, this is her very first royal funeral service.

Kate and Prince Philip delighted in an excellent relationship, with Prince William stating he was glad that Kate, who wed into the royal household in 2011 after conference William nearly a decade earlier, had ‘so many years’ to get to know his grandpa.

He said he had used the duke’s example of a life of service as a guide and was fortunate to have had him there during ‘good times’ and tough ones.

The mother-of-three used a classy pearl pendant, black face covering and black hat with lace mesh covering her eyes

The Duchess of Cambridge travelled with husband Prince William in the back of an automobile

Kate Middleton, 39, who delighted in a good relationship with her spouse’s grandpa, was photographed leaving for St George’s Chapel in the back of an automobile

Kate and Prince Philip took pleasure in an excellent relationship, with Prince William stating he was glad that Kate, who wed into the royal household in 2011 after conference William nearly a decade earlier, had ‘many years’ to get to know his grandpa. Pictured, in 2017

A variety of Kate Middleton’s personal pictures have likewise been utilized in social networks tributes over the recently, including one shared by Mike Tindall last night.

A snap of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh with seven of their great-grandchildren was also released last week, which was taken by the Duchess of Cambridge in Balmoral in 2018.

William said of Philip in his homage: ‘My grandpa’s century of life was defined by service – to his nation and Commonwealth, to his partner and Queen, and to our household.

‘ I feel lucky to have not just had his example to guide me, however his enduring presence well into my own adult life – both through good times and the hardest days.

‘ I will always be grateful that my spouse had a lot of years to get to know my grandpa and for the generosity he showed her.’

William stated he and Kate have actually promised to follow the duke’s wishes and support the Queen.

‘ My grandpa was an amazing male and part of an extraordinary generation. Catherine and I will continue to do what he would have wanted and will support the Queen in the years ahead,’ he stated.

‘ I will miss my Grandfather, however I know he would want us to get on with the task.’

The Duchess of Cambridge has not been seen because news of Prince Philip’s death was announced recently but the official Kensington Royal Instagram account shared a photo of the Duke of Edinburgh with Prince George in homage

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