Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie paid tribute to their “dearest grandmother” today, saying how much they missed the late Queen Elizabeth and thought she would be by her side forever. .
The two princesses, the daughter of Prince Andrew, the queen’s second son and the Duke of York, said: “We haven’t been able to say much since you left us all.
“There have been tears and laughter, silence and talk, hugs and loneliness, and collective loss for you, our beloved queen and our beloved grandmother. me.”
Beatrice, 34, and Eugenie, 32, will join their cousins later today for a vigil over Queen Elizabeth’s coffin at Westminster Hall, where the late monarch’s remains lie. .
Eugenie was seen wiping away tears as she appeared in the days immediately following her grandmother’s death as family members read tributes outside Balmoral Castle, where Elizabeth died on September 8 at the age of 20. 96.
“We, like many, thought you would be here forever. And we all miss you terribly,” the sisters said in a statement.
“She was our matriarch, our guide, the loving hand on our back leading us through this world. She taught us so much and we will cherish the lessons and remember that forever. Now, dear grandmother, all we want to say is thank you.” “
The two royals concluded their message by saying that tributes have flooded in from all over the world as it mourns her will make their grandmother smile.
They said, “We’re glad you’re back with your grandfather,” referring to Elizabeth’s late husband Prince Philip, who passed away last year.
“Goodbye dear grandmother, it has been an honor in our lives to be your granddaughter and we are so proud of you. We know that dear Uncle Charles, the king, will continue to follow your example as he did. what he has dedicated his life to serving.”
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