As the hearse carrying the Queen’s body made its way through Edinburgh toward St. Giles’ Cathedral, the King, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward all walked behind it. 

The scene was heartbreaking. The kids are following their mother’s casket. At that very moment, kids of any age are just kids again. 

Additionally, they appeared more formal and sluggish than usual, walking in lockstep, followed by cameras and ceremonial guards. 

As the hearse carrying the Queen’s body made its way through Edinburgh toward St. Giles’ Cathedral, the King, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward all walked behind it. 

The scene was heartbreaking. The kids are following their mother’s casket. At that very moment, kids of any age are just kids again. 

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Additionally, they appeared more formal and sluggish than usual, walking in lockstep, followed by cameras and ceremonial guards. 

There was quiet dignity. Princess Anne, 72, has followed behind her mother's coffin since it left Balmoral. She'll stay until the Queen's state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

Like weddings, funerals bring people together as a family once again. However, in the past few days, the roles of these royal siblings have been drastically altered

When his mother passed away, King Charles was forced to start a new chapter in his life. At 73 years old, he’s taken on one of the most visible positions in the world.

Now the focal point of attention as both commander-in-chief and chief mourner, he strode forward, brandishing a field marshal’s baton. 

His uniform continued to display the Queen's crest, which would be replaced with his initials in due course.

Along with his private mourning, he has had a busy schedule of public and private meetings, traveling to speak with politicians and planners 

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