Prince George and Princess Charlotte walked behind Queen Elizabeth II’s casket at their great-grandmother’s funeral Monday morning.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s eldest two children looked solemn arriving at Westminster Abbey in London with their mom.
The future king, 9, wore a navy suit and tie, while his sister, 7, sported a black dress and a matching hat.
For her part, the newly named Princess of Wales, 40, paired her black dress with a veil and a pearl necklace once worn by the late monarch.
The Prince of Wales, also 40, traveled to the service separately, arriving at Westminster Hall in a vehicle with his father, King Charles III. His brother, Prince Harry, rode in the car behind them.
Charles, 73, and his sons walked behind the Queen’s casket in a procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey, joined by His Majesty’s siblings, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Upon their arrival, George, Charlotte and Middleton joined William, taking part in the procession inside the church. They walked behind their parents, with Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle behind them.
Prince Louis, 4, did not attend the service due to his young age.
Louis has been struggling to understand the sovereign’s passing, with Middleton telling Australia’s Governor-General David Hurley on Saturday that her little one has been “asking questions” about her death (via Daily Mail).
During a walkabout the previous week, the former Duchess of Cambridge told onlookers about Louis’ heartfelt reaction to news of the loss.
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Middleton noted that the little ones were “doing well,” adding that George had a better understanding of the loss than Charlotte and Louis.