Kate’s Expressions During The Queen’s Procession Say It All

Kate’s Expressions During The Queen’s Procession Say It All

It’s hard not to show any emotion at all, and some Twitter users watching the procession of the queen’s casket noticed some coming through on Kate Middleton’s face. Here’s what they saw.

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48 Responses

  1. Pamela Hermano says:

    Imagine being scrutinized this closely. Mad respect for Princess Catherine for handling everything with such grace and class.

    • Maria Pinto says:

      The queen is dead long live the king but I miss the beautiful princess Diana

    • Peter Egan says:

      @ObservantWonderer Her name is Catherine.

    • ObservantWonderer says:

      HER NAME IS KATE

    • Baba Cyber says:

      I can’t even fathom losing a loved one but to have your grieving process scrutinized in the way it’s being done. I was an absolute mess for a while after my dad passed away. I really know I’d not be able to process anything if I had to have the world watching me process and go through the stages of grief with a microscope and scrutinizing it.

  2. Carleen says:

    I truly miss the days when grief, pain and suffering could be kept private. Now we have to know what EVERYONE is doing, thinking and saying 24/7. And if that isn’t bad enough we JUDGE it, criticize it and complain about it. Humanity is the biggest threat to humanity. My God give these people PEACE and COMFORT-not a camera focusing in on their every expression or frustration. I feel for them all and pray no one just collapses from the pressure.

  3. Elise Fincher says:

    I can’t even fathom losing a loved one but to have your grieving process scrutinized in the way it’s being done. I was an absolute mess for a while after my dad passed away. I really know I’d not be able to process anything if I had to have the world watching me process and go through the stages of grief with a microscope and scrutinizing it.

    • steve webb says:

      Be prepared because it happens to us all one day .If you’re unlucky like my mum who was cheated of natural life by Chinease man made covid . It is far worse for families to accept the loss , than a woman living a full 96 years .

  4. Angel Watson says:

    My heart goes out to them. I can’t imagine not being able to show emotion. Especially from someone you were so close to. Grandmothers are so special. I just lost mine back on August 17th and I haven’t been the same. Regardless of all the drama you can see the pain in all of them. Once the family Matriarch is gone it’s like the main thread that holds the family together is gone. I pray that they all find peace and healing through this most difficult time.

    • steve webb says:

      @Baba Cyber That’s surprising, because there is usually a good few days before a funeral to process what happened .

    • olive aitken says:

      Seriously! Can they not be left alone

    • Gabrielle says:

      William can barely hide his tears n broken heart

      Remember he has recently moved with his whole family. Just in order to be close to his grand Mother the Queen n protect her

      But Charles was alone with her …. sigh ….

    • Baba Cyber says:

      Ive never cried at funerals, only days after, after having enough time to process the death and realize it really happened

  5. Jude in LA says:

    Holding in tears is a huge sign of strength. Now, she can grief in peace without the public watching.

  6. ladynottingham89 says:

    I lost my grandmother who was the backbone of the family at 73 years old from stomach cancer in 2013. She raised three sons by herself after my grandfather died tragically in a car accident. She never remarried and yet my dad and uncles wanted for nothing. Queen Elizabeth gave the impression that she too was the pillar of her family. I’m not trying to make this about me, but I empathize with the family on this sad time for them. May God bless them and strengthen them.

  7. Candeezy Marie says:

    I don’t know why, but knowing they were close warms my heart.

    • Theta says:

      @LoriLee W Well, Diana wasn’t evil and they eliminated her. Tells you something.

    • BSBSPSensGirl88 says:

      She probably saw the Queen much more often than her own grandmothers, during her adult life.

    • LoriLee W says:

      @Theta NO It does NOT

    • Judy Turner says:

      @itsmeagain
      Your words reflect the fact you would not be able to fulfill the functions of the Royal family. It’s a life of service. If you think living under constant scrutiny is pleasant, try it! Also without the Monarchy the economy would not have the funds income to help the people you speak of.
      Tourism would drop dramatically without the Monarchy.

  8. Abbie McKendrick says:

    Ive never cried at funerals, only days after, after having enough time to process the death and realize it really happened

    • kîttyñ says:

      Never cried
      Still not

      Bro I’m serious-

    • J. Queen says:

      That’s how I am

    • STUDIO BENCIVENGA Marcus Bencivenga says:

      One does not cry to honor the loved one – God knows I love my mother when she died enemies attended the funeral – it was sunny but very cold. I showed strength although a world ended. My emotions mean nothing my love and faith everything

    • Serpil Kaddy says:

      I’m so glad you said that, because that’s exactly how I am.
      It’s like I have a trauma freeze where I have no reactive emotion when traumatic things happen, and then days after I erupt.
      Thanks for making me feel a little more sane! X

  9. Innocent Nemesis says:

    Kate has lost the UK’s longest and most unique mentor, and also a grandmother who understood the position her own children were in like no one else could. I don’t think everyday civilians can fathom the magnitude of the loss she must be feeling.

    • Think Centre says:

      @janine pannell photoshop. Not same colour of lipstick

    • Christel Grimmer says:

      @Evolve Look, they were different times. I believe the Queen mother also had a say in the marriage of Princess Margaret and also with Charles. I also believe, the Queen had a few regrets and changed with the times.

    • Evolve says:

      I am sorry but she didn’t understand her children. She didn’t let Charles marry who he wanted. She also vetoed her sister’s choice of love

    • XJP says:

      Yeah because everyday civilians have never lost anyone they loved and cared deeply. We’re just peasants, what do we know about grief, right?

  10. Southern says:

    Thank God for Princess Catherine. She has remained kind, respectful and loyal. Watching her hold back all her sadness was painful.

    • Baba Cyber says:

      Kate will make a good queen some day.She has the class and grace to uphold the title.

    • Cynthia Creamer says:

      Princess Catherine loves her family, She has to have strength for her children whom lost grandmother. She is also showing loving support for William and King Charles. Emotional, physical stress, her eyes are beautiful and filled with sadness.😢

    • Liz Hood says:

      She is the Princess of Wales.

    • GC says:

      @Lilly: W&K do have personnel to manage their social media accounts, communications, etc, however all content must be approved by W&K prior to publication 😃😃😃

    • jacqueline flores says:

      @Lisa Montefiore Catherine princess if wales has a lot of class diginty and manners

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