The British Royal Family attended a private mass this Saturday at the Crathie Kirk church, near Balmoral Castle, in Scotland.
After the ceremony, several of the members of the Royal Family have made gestures to the people gathered in the place and have examined some of the bouquets of flowers that had been deposited in memory of the late Elizabeth II.
The queen’s relatives have arrived at the church in four SUVs and have left on foot. Among them are Princess Anne, her husband, Tim Laurence, and their children, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips.
There were also Prince Andrew and his daughters, Princesses Beatriz and Eugenia, and the Earls of Wessex, Edward and Sofia with their daughter Luisa. King Charles, the Prince of Wales, William, and Prince Harry already left Balmoral Castle on Friday.
“They have allowed us one day. Now we start the process of delivering it,” explained Prince Andrew, who thanked the people who have visited Balmoral.
Princess Eugenia has given the emotional note to the act, appearing visibly emotional and tearful in front of the flower crowns and memories placed by the population near Balmoral. Andrew, the Duke of York, has put his arm around Eugenia and dried her tears.
Source: Europa Press