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Prince William revealed that walking behind Queen Elizabeth's coffin had brought back painful memories after doing the same for his mother, Diana.
Prince of Wales and his wife Catherine spoke to mourners leaving flowers at the monarch's private Sandringham estate in eastern England.
William told a group of well-wishers who came to see him, 'Doing the walk yesterday was challenging; it brought back a few memories.
On Wednesday, William walked behind his grandmother's coffin as it moved from Buckingham Palace to Westminster beside his younger brother Prince Harry.
In 1997, the brothers, aged 15 and 12, were moved by the world by walking behind their late mother, Diana's coffin.
William told a group of women supporters, ‘It’s one of those moments when you think of yourself: I've prepared myself for this, but I'm not that prepared.
On Thursday, William and Kate held a walkabout for an hour, looking at floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth and shaking hands with people.
On Monday, King Charles and members of the royal family will be aging follow the late monarch's coffin on foot before and after her funeral at London's Westminster.