Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton paid a rare tribute to Her Majesty the Queen yesterday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge honoured her as a mark of respect for International Women’s Day.
Prince William and Kate posted a series of photographs of the monarch through the decades. They praised her for inspiring a nation and dedicating her life to service on their social media.
“In this very unique #PlatinumJubilee year, we commemorate Her Majesty The Queen and her historic 70 years of service on #IWD2022,” the royal couple wrote the captioned on their post.
Prince William paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth with some rare portraits. The Duke and Duchees of Cambridge with the Queen at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019 has seen in these photos. Her Majesty’s on a Silver Jubilee walkabout in 1977 have also included in the collection.
Moreover, Charles and Camilla’s Twitter account repeated the tweet. It included photos of the Prince with his mother and of Camilla smiling with the Queen. In 1988, Prince Charles has pictured kissing the Queen’s hand during a polo play.
Her Majesty the Queen and her 70 years of historic service have celebrated in this very exceptional #PlatinumJubilee year. Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-serving queen in British history, having reigned for more than a century. Her commitment to the Commonwealth and its people has unparalleled.