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Queen Elizabeth’s 8 Mourning Grandkids Reunite in Tearful Service – 2 Have Previously Rejected Titles

Queen Elizabeth II’s death has left a huge void in the lives of not just her 4 kids, but also her eight grandkids, all of whom she adored. The royal grandmother was close to two of her youngest grandkids, Lady Louise and Viscount James, who do not hold royal titles, in the final months of her life.

On September 14, 2022, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandchildren addressed a service commemorating her at Westminster Hall.

The longest-reigning king died on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96. Her Majesty died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where she had been spending her annual vacation.

The Queen’s grandchildren, Peter Philips, Zara Tindall, Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor, and James Viscount Severn, were among those who paid their tribute to the monarch.

As the sovereign’s coffin departed Buckingham Palace, her grandsons, Peter Philips, Prince William, and Prince Harry, attended the procession.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were there, as were their spouses, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and James Brooksbank.

The Royal Family Channel account shared a video of the royal sisters arriving at Buckingham Palace in different Range Rovers while seated in the front. Their wives sat in the backseat at the same time.

Princess Margaret’s two kids, Lady Sarah Chatto and Earl Snowdon, will receive the Queen’s coffin at Buckingham Palace among her kids, grandchildren, and their spouses, according to Royal writer Charlie Proctor.

Tatler Magazine tweeted on September 14, 2022, that Her Majesty’s youngest grandchildren, “Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, joined the throngs of mourning inside Westminster Hall this afternoon.”

During the service, the grandkids couldn’t keep their tears from falling. The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, was photographed standing by his bride, Meghan Markle, wiping his tears with his head lowered.

Princess Eugenie, Tindall’s cousin, was spotted with him and looked to be fading out while fighting back tears.

Lady Lousie, her youngest cousin, who stood next to her brother, with Princess Beatrice on the far left, was also seen wiping her eyes. Tindall, the Queen’s eldest granddaughter, appeared distraught as she stood outside the gates of Balmoral Castle on September 10, 2022.

The Queen had a strong relationship with her grandkids and had a long-lasting influence on their lives. They all had memories of her because they linked with her in different ways.

Prince William told Katie Couric in 2012 that the monarch was a “wonderful listener,” noting that she would assist wherever she could.

Having said that, the Prince of Wales noted that, while the Queen would be there to assist, she also recognized that everyone was on their own path.

Her Majesty demonstrated this concept when she assured her grandson, Prince Harry, that she “would always back him” no matter the path he chose after stepping down as a senior royal member.

Princess Beatrice had a unique bond with the Queen as well. She was there for her during her wedding preparations with Mapelli Mozzi, whom the princess married in the Royal Chapel of All Saints in July 2020.

The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara, which she also wore during her wedding, was authorized to be worn by the Princess of York, and Beatrice reused a gown the sovereign wore in the 1950s to wear as a wedding gown.

When Princess Beatrice gave birth to her first child, a daughter, she called her Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi after Her Majesty. Sienna was born in the month of September 2021.

According to an insider, the princess talked a lot about her grandma and their relationship was evident.

Furthermore, among the eight grandchildren, the Queen apparently has a favorite, Lady Louise, who is closely followed by her brother, James Viscount.

The royal siblings visited the king at Balmoral Castle, where the monarch’s mother died. A source told in 2019 that the Queen appreciated how much fun the brother and sister combination had at Balmoral.

Lady Louise made a public appearance in a BBC program in 2021 to honor her late grandpa Prince Philip.

She discussed how the Duke of Edinburgh motivated her, revealing that he taught her how to drive, which she found wonderful.

When she bestowed royal titles to her eldest offspring, the young royal’s grandmother was equally liberal.

Peter, the Queen’s eldest grandchild, is less well-known than some other members of the Royal Family. He is Princess Anne’s son by her ex-husband, Mark Philips.

The royal’s younger relatives have titles, but he does not. Peter was born in November 1977, and he was sixth in line to the throne at the time. Still, he did not get his birthright title.

Sons of the monarch’s kids are awarded titles, therefore Peter was not immediately eligible for one. His grandmother, on the other hand, made an exception to this norm when she gave his father, Mark, a title upon his marriage to Princess Anne, which he declined.

The same thing happened when the Queen allegedly proposed Peter a title, but his parents declined. Princess Anne also declined to give her daughter Tindall a title.

Princess Anne explained why she refused titles for her kids, claiming it was the wisest option for them. She believes it was probably easier for them, and she believes most people would say that having titles has drawbacks.

Only four of the Queen’s eight grandkids hold HRH titles, while two are Earl’s kids. Prince Edward, the monarch’s youngest child, similarly declined to use the titles Prince and Princess for his children.

The Earl of Wessex and his wife, Sophia, Countess of Wessex, have previously indicated a desire to create some normalcy for their 2 kids. As a result, Lady Louise Windsor is their daughter, and James, Viscount Severn is their son.

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