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Princess Anne calls it an ‘honour and a privilege’ to share the final 24 hours with her mother, Queen Elizabeth

It is a “honour and a privilege” for Princess Anne to spend the final 24 hours with her mother, Queen Elizabeth.

Princess Anne has given her own poignant tribute days after her brother, now known as King Charles III, gave a statement following the death of their mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

In it, the Princess Royal acknowledged that she had been “privileged” to spend the previous 24 hours with her mother. It has been a joy and an honor to join her on her final trips. Witnessing so many people’s affection and respect on these excursions has been both humbling and encouraging.

Princess Anne followed her mother’s coffin as it travelled from Edinburgh to London, where she would be met by King Charles and the Queen Consort.

The casket will be met at Buckingham Palace by Queen Elizabeth’s grandkids, Princes William and Harry, and their spouses.

As the United Kingdom observes a 10-day period of mourning, individuals wishing to pay their respects have either lined the streets to catch a view of the Queen’s casket or left flowers at monuments across London.

Individuals from all across the world have offered their sympathies to the whole Royal Family, not just British nationals.

Princess Anne appreciated all for their support at this tough period for her family. They will all have special recollections. She’d like to thank all who have expressed sympathy for their loss. They  may have been reminded of how much they took for granted her presence and contribution to the national identity.

She is particularly grateful for the love and understanding shown to her loving brother Charles as he takes on the additional responsibilities of The Monarch. To her mother, Thank you, Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Anne paid such a lovely tribute.

Please spread the word and give your sympathies.

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