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Kate Middleton leaves little girl ‘overwhelmed with joy’ as she picks up her Corgi toy tribute for the Queen

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“Elizabeth was overwhelmed, she cried with joy at the election. It’s just a wonderful, amazing opportunity,” said the Principal

NORFOLK, ENGLAND: It was a visible treat for the crowd at Sandringham and viewers online who witnessed the sweet gesture of the new Princess of Wales as she made a little girl very happy by choosing her for the beautiful moment to be a Corgi toys leave a tribute to the Queen. New Princess Kate Middleton, 40, and her husband Prince William were at the late monarch’s home in Norfolk on Wednesday September 15 to admire the sea of ​​tributes and interact with crowds.

Behind metal barriers, thousands of well-wishers flocked to Sandringham to see the couple, who stayed there for almost an hour and struck up a conversation with them. Kate made a thoughtful gesture by inviting eight-year-old Elizabeth Sulkovska to accompany her on her way to the memorials to place a Corgi toy and bouquet of flowers between the tributes.


A group of seven- to nine-year-old pupils were accompanied by their headmaster Gregory Hill of Howard Junior School in King’s Lynn to pay their tribute to the Queen and stood in their uniforms, the Mirror reported. After placing the awards with Kate, the young child expressed that she was “very happy” about it. The Headmistress said: “Elizabeth was overwhelmed, she cried with joy at being selected.

He explained that the Queen’s death “touches a young generation too,” adding that “younger kids who haven’t seen the Queen on the throne for long are still very moved by her passing and really want to do their best.” , to celebrate her life and legacy and never forget her.”

He claimed that the Prince and Princess of Wales noticed a tribute to the Paddington Bear being made by the pupils, saying: “It has our same logo on the badge as our school uniform and they both commented on that.”

Young Elizabeth later recalled her extremely happy moment of walking the princess, saying: “I went with her to put the flowers and the corgi down. She asked, ‘Where do you think we should put the flowers?’ and I said, ‘We should put them there.'” reported the Daily Mail.

As the couple greeted well-wishers outside Sandringham, Jo, from Wymondham in Norfolk, asked Kate how her children Louis, Charlotte and George were dealing with the loss of their great-grandmother while she and husband William visited Sandringham. Jo’s mum Lynne told the BBC: “Kate thanked her and said they were fine and being looked after at school.”

Princess of Wales reportedly said Prince George “understands” the loss of his great-grandmother but his younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis “less so”.

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