Charlotte and George reduce viewers to tears as they walk behind Queen’s coffin

Prince George and Princess Charlotte's "little faces" had viewers of the Queen's funeral "sobbing" as they arrived at Westminster Abbey today.

Nine-year-old George and his sister Charlotte, seven, formed part of a procession with the Royal Family, following the coffin as it entered the church.

Members of the public have hastily taken to social media in reaction to seeing the young prince and his sister walk with their family behind the Queen's coffin.

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One Twitter user wrote: "I’ve cried already just seeing Prince George."

Another commented: "Watching Prince George and Princess Charlotte walk behind the Queen’s coffin is heartbreaking."

A third questioned whether the occasion was too much for the youngsters, they tweeted: "It’s madness those two little children are involved in this. Poor Prince George looks scared stiff."

George was soon after seen singing The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended as he stood between his parents the Prince and Princess of Wales.

"It's seeing Prince George and Princess Charlotte there, that has me sobbing," added another.

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Another woman weighed in on Twitter: "Bless Prince George and Princess Charlotte so incredibly sad what a beautiful but heartbreaking moment for all the family."

And with a host of sad faces and heart-broken emojis, another said: "Prince George and Princess Charlotte. I can’t. Their little faces."

George and Charlotte arrived in a large black car alongside their mother and Camilla, the Queen Consort.

Charles waved at well-wishers from the back seat of his vehicle, which was one of four cars to arrive at Westminster Hall at 10.34am today (Monday), 10 days after Her Majesty's death at Balmoral Castle aged 96.

Prior to the King's arrival, the Duke of Sussex was seen looking sombre as he and Meghan Markle were escorted by police in a Range Rover down The Mall.


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