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William talks about Elizabeth in his first post-funeral speech: 'It's a time of deep mourning' |  Queen Elizabeth II passed away

William talks about Elizabeth in his first post-funeral speech: ‘It’s a time of deep mourning’ | Queen Elizabeth II passed away

Propertyshow must go on, This has always been the case for the British royal family. Even now that they have just said goodbye to the beloved Queen Elizabeth, their responsibilities remain. Prince William is the first to return to work. In a video speech, he gave a speech at the Earthshot Award Innovation Summit. It seems that “due to very sad circumstances, I cannot be here today”. “But my grandmother would be happy to see this.”

The Earthshot Innovation Award Summit is awarded to people who make exceptional efforts for the environment. As sponsor of the initiative (the award was established by William and his Royal Foundation in 2020), William had usually traveled to New York yesterday to address the public. However, as his family was still mourning Elizabeth, he stayed home. He recorded a speech broadcast during the event. “It is a time of deep sorrow,” said the Prince of Wales, “but I have the honor to address you.” “I get a lot of inspiration from your enthusiasm, optimism, and dedication.”

“The environment was something close to my grandmother’s heart,” he continues. “And she would be so happy to see you here today, and the support you give: the next generation of environmental leaders.”

It seems fast, since members of the royal family are officially still in a week of mourning, but it doesn’t make sense for William to be back again. He has strong ties to the event, and has risen to high rank now that his father is king. First in line for the throne, he will now have to show his best side even more. No one can estimate how long it will take William himself to take over the torch from his father.

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