The moment the Princess of Wales takes a little girl to lay down a corgi doll and honor flowers

The eight-year-old is left “crying with joy” as Kate chooses her from the Sandringham crowd to put her Corgi for the Queen among the flower carpet.

This is the sweet moment an eight-year-old was left “crying with joy” when Princess Kate chose her from the Sandringham crowd to put her Corgi for the Queen among the flower carpet.

The new Princess of Wales, 40, was yesterday at the late King’s Norfolk residence, overlooking the sea of ​​homage to the Queen and chatting to the crowds with her husband William.

She spotted and spoke to eight-year-old schoolgirl Elizabeth Solkovska, holding a bouquet of flowers and a corgi doll.

The footage shows the eight-year-old, who was in the crowd with school friends, talking to Kate.

Then the jubilant Elizabeth was chosen to walk to the Sea of ​​Honor with Kate and put a Corgi among them.

Speaking afterwards, Little Girl Principal Gregory Hill, of Howard Jr. School in Kings Lynn, said: “Is overwhelmed, and wept with joy at her choice.

“It’s just a wonderful, amazing opportunity.”

Mr Hill said the Queen’s death “also affected the younger generation”.

“Obviously the older generation has known the Queen longer,” he said, “but young children who had not experienced the Queen for a long time on the throne are still deeply affected by her death, and really want to do their best to celebrate her life and legacy and never forget her.”

Both Princess Kate and William noted the Paddington Bear tribute by pupils from Howard Hill Junior School and said the logo on the badge was the same as their school uniform.

The new Princess of Wales, 40, was at the late King's Norfolk residence overlooking the Sea of ​​Honor the Queen with her husband William.  She also spoke to the crowd and watched eight-year-old schoolgirl Elizabeth Solkovska hold a bouquet of flowers and a corgi doll

The new Princess of Wales, 40, was at the late King’s Norfolk residence overlooking the Sea of ​​Honor the Queen with her husband William. She also spoke to the crowd and watched eight-year-old schoolgirl Elizabeth Solkovska hold a bouquet of flowers and a corgi doll

Kate chose the eight-year-old, who was in the crowd with friends, to climb into the sea of ​​honors and position herself in their midst.

Kate chose the eight-year-old, who was in the crowd with friends, to climb into the sea of ​​honors and position herself in their midst.

While visiting Sandringham with her husband William, Joe from Norfolk asked her how her children Louis, Charlotte and George are coping after losing their great-grandmother.

While visiting Sandringham with her husband William, Joe from Norfolk asked her how her children Louis, Charlotte and George are coping after losing their great-grandmother.

While visiting Sandringham with her husband William, Joe from Norfolk asked her how her children Louis, Charlotte and George were coping after losing their great-grandmother.

Speaking to the BBC, Jo’s mother Lynn said: “Kate thanked her and said they are doing well and are being looked after at school.”

It was reported that Kate told another mourner at the large crowd in Sandringham that George understood that the Queen was dead.

But she said his younger siblings understood “less than that.”

Kate was pictured talking to a mother and her young child in the crowd when she met mourners in Sandringham yesterday.

Kate was pictured talking to a mother and her young child in the crowd when she met mourners in Sandringham yesterday.

William also spoke to members of the crowd, telling them it was a rough time for the family and reminding him of his mother’s death in 1997.

After a mourner told him she was feeling emotional and had tears, he said, “Don’t cry now, you’ll start me.”

As he told another person, “I knew she was everyone’s grandmother – the way people were reacting.”

William also spoke to members of the crowd, telling them it was a difficult time for the family and reminding him of his mother's death in 1997. Pictured: William talking to schoolchildren Kate also met

William also spoke to members of the crowd, telling them it was a difficult time for the family and reminding him of his mother’s death in 1997. Pictured: William talking to schoolchildren Kate also met

Their visit to Sandringham came as Sophie Wessex and her husband Prince Edward addressed crowds in Manchester while lighting candles in memory of the Queen and looking at the homage.

The royal family is preparing to present her mother and grandmother to rest on Monday at a state funeral.

King Charles will drive Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward to Wellington Arch from Westminster Abbey, with Prince William and Harry at the back.

Other members of the royal family will follow by car for the funeral, which will be conducted by the Dean of Westminster.

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