A cold and invisible wind blows between Princess Kate of Galles and the queen consort Camilla that we never noticed? A question that is being asked by some of the most attentive British royal commentators, who during the funeral of Queen Elizabeth noticed something that is not right and that did not jump to everyone’s eye because everyone was distracted to keep the dynamics between the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the Prince William and Kate. The complication emerged fleetingly from the reading of a lip of Camilla during the funeral procession of which she becomes aware only by reviewing the images of her. What exactly happened? As we know, 9-year-old Prince George and 7-year-old Princess Charlotte were praised for their demeanor and patience during great-grandmother’s long funeral services. Gan Gan, as they affectionately called her since George, aged 2 and a half, welcomed her like this one day when he was very happy to see her. The appreciation for the two children doubles when you think about how problematic this period is for them, because in addition to losing their grandmother, they have changed home, school, even their surname, and their parents are about to face a much greater share of commitments than before. . So, they will also be privileged children but still children, and every little problem they may have created for adults during the most complicated ceremony of the last 121 years – such a funeral has not been seen since the death of Queen Victoria – is more than forgivable.
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According to commentator Jeremy Freeman, who first noticed the episode, George allegedly pinched his sister while they were at Wellington Arch. Unlikely he did it to play, more likely he wanted to get her attention by asking her. something or that wanted to release tension. Princess Charlotte has turned to him and when the little girl’s face is back in favor of the cameras she seems to have exclaimed “Ouch”. Meghan, who had followed everything, smiled at her granddaughter. On Camilla’s face, on the other hand, a very annoyed expression appeared and she imperceptibly, but decidedly turned immediately to Kate to scold her abruptly, ordering very serious “Take her!”, Take her, while pointing to Charlotte. The episode is upsetting British public opinion because Camilla, despite being a mother, appeared intolerant with the two children who, together with her little brother Louis, had become very popular precisely because of their little skirmishes during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Was it a moment of understandable nervousness due to the stress to which the queen consort and King Charles were subjected in those ten days, or is it the first symptom of a difficult relationship between Kate and Camilla with some secret crack kept well hidden? That would be a shame, because perhaps it has never happened in history that the four women of the royal family were all of non-aristocratic extraction, with only Camilla having a diluted baronial ancestry from her mother. Kate Middleton, Sophie Ryhs-Jones, Meghan Markle and Camilla Shand are all commoners by birth and logic would advise them to be united. Too bad this is not the case..