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How Prince William consoled his three children after Prince Philip’s death UK News

Prince William’s words to his children after the death of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, have been revealed.

Prince Philip died at the age of 99 on Friday, April 9, with tributes from royals and around the world pouring in.

His son Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, paid tribute to his’ dear daddy ‘, while William’s brother, Prince Harry, 36, Duke of Sussex, chose to pay tribute to a’ barbecue master “and” legend of banter “. “.

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The Duke of Cambridge is said to have immediately moved to make sure his children Charlotte, Louis and George were dealing with the death of their great-grandfather.

William’s touching message to his three children has been revealed by a royal insider, Birmingham Live reports.

A source told UsWeekly: “William told George, Charlotte and Louis that Prince Philip has ‘gone to heaven’ and ‘is an angel now’.

“They are still so young that he and Kate wanted to drop them slowly.”

The insider continued, “Naturally the kids are very upset, especially George and Charlotte.

“Louis is still very young and has only met Prince Philip a few times.”

“George, Charlotte and Louis helped William choose a photo of Prince Philip to hang in their home in memory of him,” the source said.

The Duke of Edinburgh was buried in front of just 30 mourners at a funeral service in Windsor a week later on April 17.