King Charles Seen Crying As He Somberly Follows The Queens Coffin Into Church

King Charles Seen Crying As He Somberly Follows The Queens Coffin Into Church

It’s not a shock that King Charles is hurting today. He just lost his mother, whom he loved dearly. This is the day of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, so emotions are running high. It’s hard losing a parent, even if you’re a king. Daily Mail reported that King Charles III was visibly emotional and appeared to wipe away a tear as he made his way inside Westminster Abbey alongside a concerned Princess Anne for the Queen’s state funeral. Charles, dressed in military uniform, was teary-eyed as he mournfully watched his mother’s coffin carried into the church for the poignant service.

The Princess Royal glanced at her brother with a worried expression as he stared towards the floor visibly sombre before making his way inside.

The King had moments earlier led the Royal Family in closely following the Queen’s oak coffin as she was placed onto a gun carriage used by her parents before moving through Parliament Square.

Charles was followed by his sons the Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex, while his brother Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, appeared to be crying.

Inside the abbey, the King sat at the head of the family alongside the Queen Consort Camilla, Princess Anne and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.

Charles also looked emotional during the singing of the national anthem inside the abbey, remaining silent throughout the song while his siblings joined mourners in voice.

He gripped his ceremonial sword and looked downcast as the sound of hymns and prayers filled the historic abbey.

Here’s King Charles wiping away a tear from his face.

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Despite the huge crowds and enormity of the service, silence had earlier fallen as hundreds of pipers and drummers from Regiments, the Brigade of Gurkhas and RAF played as the procession made its way towards Westminster Abbey through Parliament Square.

The Queen’s coffin, draped in the Royal Standard flag, was carefully carried inside before it was placed close to the altar with her crown, orb and sceptre on its top.

A card in the flowers on top of the coffin read simply: ‘In loving and devoted memory. Charles R.’

Charles and Camilla walked immediately behind the Queen’s coffin, followed by Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

Also in the party were William and Kate, while George and Charlotte walked with their parents side-by-side in formation, followed by their uncle and aunt Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and other royal family members.

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