Kate Middleton meets mourners at Sandringham calling the public ‘jolly brave’

Kate’s thank you to the public: Princess of Wales praises mourners for being ‘jolly brave’ and ‘supporting her family’ by ‘uniting around values the Queen stood for’

Kate Middleton has thanked the public for their ‘extraordinary support’ following the Queen‘s death, praising mourners for being ‘jolly brave’ and ‘uniting around the values Her Majesty stood for’.

The new Princess of Wales, 40, spoke to well-wishers at Sandringham on Friday ahead of the monarch’s funeral today.

While shaking hands with royal supporters, she said that ‘everyone is being jolly brave’ a video shared to TikTok shows.

Kate Middleton has thanked the public for their 'extraordinary support' following the Queen's death, praising mourners for being 'jolly brave' and 'uniting around the values Her Majesty stood for'

The new Princess of Wales, 40, spoke to well-wishers at Sandringham on Friday ahead of the monarch's funeral today.

Kate Middleton has thanked the public for their ‘extraordinary support’ following the Queen’s death, praising mourners for being ‘jolly brave’ and ‘uniting around the values Her Majesty stood for’

The new Princess of Wales joined her husband Prince William to meet well-wishers at Sandringham last week

The new Princess of Wales joined her husband Prince William to meet well-wishers at Sandringham last week

‘Well done to everybody,’ she said.

‘Everyone is processing it in different ways.  Everyone is being jolly brave’.

She added that there’s been an ‘extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty’ adding it’s been ‘extraordinary’ to see  support my family has received.

‘Everyone is uniting around the values she stood for.  The uniting part is so important.

‘Hopefully together in remembrance, we can support each other,’ she went on.

While shaking hands with royal supporters, she said that ‘everyone is being jolly brave’ a video shared to TikTok shows.

The Prince and Princess of Wales look at floral tributes left at Sandringham House for Her Majesty, who died last Thursday at Balmoral, aged 96

The Prince and Princess of Wales look at floral tributes left at Sandringham House for Her Majesty, who died last Thursday at Balmoral, aged 96

The Prince and Princess of Wales were introduced to residents by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk at a private audience at Sandringham House yesterday.

The royal couple were at the residence to view floral tributes left for the Queen and meet with wellwishers ahead of Her Majesty’s funeral on Monday.

During the visit, Norfolk’s Lord-Lieutenant, Lady Dannatt, introduced Kate and Prince William, 40, to people from the area.

The Princess of Wales could be seen receiving bouquets of flowers as she greeted royal fans while taking part in the event yesterday

The Princess of Wales could be seen receiving bouquets of flowers as she greeted royal fans while taking part in the event yesterday

Floral tributes were placed at Norwich Gates at Sandringham Estate by members of the public, in memory of late the Queen

Floral tributes were placed at Norwich Gates at Sandringham Estate by members of the public, in memory of late the Queen 

Today, Kate will join her husband and children George and Charlotte at the funeral for the monarch.

 2,000 royals, world leaders, VIPs and hundreds of members of the public will be in the Abbey as millions around the world will watch Her Majesty’s state funeral.

The first members of the congregation for the Queen’s state funeral have arrived at Westminster Abbey.

Kate added that there's been an 'extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty' adding it's been 'extraordinary' to see support my family has received

Kate added that there’s been an ‘extraordinary outpouring of love for Her Majesty’ adding it’s been ‘extraordinary’ to see support my family has received

The grand oak doors of the UK’s most important church – where Her Majesty married Prince Philip and had her coronation – opened at 8am, three hours before the service starts.  

Amid concerns that London will be ‘full’ today – and a lack of hotel rooms – scores of people began bedding in to line The Mall in central London over the weekend, despite rules – seemingly loosely enforced – preventing people from setting up camp.

This morning, before dawn, stewards told campers to take down their tents. Huge crowds have also formed in Windsor, where the Queen will be buried this evening.

Several who slept in central London overnight said friends and family told them they were ‘mad’ to carry out the overnight vigil, but insisted they would not miss the occasion.

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