Princess Kate’s sweet gesture for a young girl who wanted to leave the Corgi teddy bear behind as a tribute to the Queen

KATE Middleton made a little girl “very happy” today as she set out to leave the Queen a corgi teddy bear.

The Princess of Wales spoke to mourners as she viewed the sea of ​​flowers left for Her Majesty at Sandringham this afternoon.

Kate helped little Elizabeth place a Corgi teddy bear with tributes in honor of the Queen

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Kate helped little Elizabeth place a Corgi teddy bear with tributes in honor of the QueenCredit: Paul Edwards

Elizabeth Sulkovska, eight, was among the crowd with school friends – and is said to have “cried with joy” when Kate singled her out.

In a sweet gesture, the princess left with little Elizabeth to place a Corgi teddy bear and a bouquet of flowers under the tributes.


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Afterwards, the little girl’s headmaster, Gregory Hill, of Howard Junior School in King’s Lynn, said: “Elizabeth was overwhelmed, she cried with joy when she was chosen.

“It’s just a wonderful, amazing opportunity.”

William and Kate looked at the flowers and cards left outside their Sandringham estate in Norfolk in honor of the late monarch this afternoon.

There, Kate told a mourner that her children – Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and four-year-old Prince Louis – were coping well with the tragedy of the loss of their great-grandmother.

Lynne, from Wymondham in Norfolk, told the BBC: “My daughter Jo, who has a great affinity for children and knows Kate does too, asked her how the children were doing.

“Kate thanked her and said they were fine and being looked after at school.”

Kate reportedly told another well-wisher that George understood the Queen had died but his younger siblings “less so”.

And William said it was an incredibly difficult time for the family, which brought back memories of the loss of his mother in 1997.

A member of the crowd also told the emotional prince she was close to tears, to which he replied, “Don’t cry now — you’re going to scare me.”

And he said to a third mourner: “I’m learning she was everyone’s grandmother — that’s how people reacted.”

Next week, the Queen’s grandchildren will follow their father King Charles, who will lead Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch for the Queen’s funeral.

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Meghan, Kate, Sophie Wessex and other royals will follow in the car.

The funeral, conducted by the Dean of Westminster, begins at 11am on Monday.

Kate collects a bouquet while chatting to well-wishers

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Kate collects a bouquet while chatting to well-wishersCredit: Paul Edwards
William and Kate appeared emotional as they viewed the sea of ​​flowers left behind in memory of the late monarch

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William and Kate appeared emotional as they viewed the sea of ​​flowers left behind in memory of the late monarchPhoto credit: Getty
Flowers left by members of the public outside the gates of Sandringham House in Norfolk

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Flowers left by members of the public outside the gates of Sandringham House in NorfolkCredit: PA
The Princess of Wales reads maps left by the public

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The Princess of Wales reads maps left by the publicCredit: Max Mumby

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