Prince William and Kate Middleton make their first solo appearance


Royal's tribute

The Middletons embark on a new era. As part of their tour of Sandringham, the senior royals, both 40, viewed the 30,000 flowers, balloons, notes, and other tributes left since Queen Elizabeth died.

A special day

The outing was especially special as Prince and Princess of Wales for the first time. One week ago, the Queen "peacefully" passed away at age 96, passing onto Prince William from King Charles III, his father.

Prince and Princess talk

Sandringham House's Norwich Gates were crowded with mourners who spoke with Prince William and Princess Kate. 

A tough day

The couple was given a few words by Bex Neeve, 44, after waiting more than two hours. The couple is very grateful for everyone's presence, Neeve says. "William thinks Monday will be hard," he says.

Tribute for Queen

Sharon Clouting, 64, adds, "It's obvious William is her son. He's very easy to talk to." Sarah Tomlinson, 51, and her friend came with their baby from Kings Lynn.

Social media comments

A friend of mine had an infant named after Prince Louis, who was born during the Jubilee in Kings Lynn. William commented on how dashing he looked and asked if he was sleeping.

Paddington memories

In June, when the Queen appeared in a comedy sketch with Paddington Bear during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, William also said he thinks Paddington has replaced the corgis.

Tomlinson's speech

How they seem to support us more than we support them amazes Tomlinson. She also discussed how she and her husband, James, were coping with their three children, Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four.

Princess's path

Royal sources say that Kate is aware of the history of being a Princess of Wales, which her mother, Princess Diana, once held. However, she will look forward to creating her path as she takes on the role.

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