Sharon Osbourne particularly cherished seeing the young 7-year-old royal urging her older brother to bow for the Queen's coffin during the State funeral.
Sharon Osbourne praised Prince George, 9, and his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, 7, during a segment of The Talk. She summarized their conduct at the Queen's State funeral and committal service perfectly in just one word: "impeccable." Osbourne said she also noticed that Prince George of Wales and Princess Charlotte of Wales "were just born to do what they're doing. It's incredible."
In the interview, she said all the three children of the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate, are "divine," but she particularly cherished seeing the young 7-year-old royal urging her older brother to bow as the Queen's coffin was being taken to Wellington Arch from the Buckingham Palace's entrance, reports The List. The Prince, without hesitation, took his sister's advice on the correct royal procedure.
"They were just born to do what they're doing. It's incredible."— The Talk (@TheTalkUK) September 20, 2022
Princess Charlotte was spotted telling her big brother Prince George to bow as the Queen's coffin passed them.@MrsSOsbourne and Vanessa Feltz praise the royal children for their "impeccable" behaviour. pic.twitter.com/GJKsjw7YhF
There is no doubt that the two royal siblings are winning hearts across the world. Charlotte and George walked behind their great-grandmother's coffin with calm and steady steps as it was carried from Westminster Palace, where it had been lying in state, to Westminster Abbey, where a memorial ceremony was being held. The two kids' maturity, particularly that of Princess Charlotte, as she mourned her beloved "Gan-Gan" has been discussed widely by royal fans. Charlotte and the late Queen Elizabeth II share many traits, according to the royal author and former Vanity Fair editor, Tina Brown. "When Churchill first met the queen at the age of 2, he commented on her extraordinary gravity and her poise. I do feel somewhat the same way about Princess Charlotte," Brown remarked during an interview with CBS.
Sharon Osbourne has long been a dedicated royal fan. She was spotted in London as she joined the hordes of mourners and spectators waiting to view the Queen's coffin lying in state. The TV personality appeared extremely emotional, hugging other mourners.
"I love the Queen and I came over for this because I'm a royalist and I love the royal family," she told ITV News. When asked what she loved about the monarch the most, Osbourne said, "Stability… no matter what would change in this country and, you know, everything changes in life but she never did. And it was just wonderful to have her." Speaking to Piers Morgan on his Talk TV show, the 69-year-old had said, "It’s unsettling and I know the mourning will go on and on and on for our Queen, people will never stop mourning for her."
Rest In Peace Queen Elizabeth ll. The embodiment of strength, dignity and unwavering commitment to her vow. May you be at peace beside His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg. Long Live The King. pic.twitter.com/SbnhCl4tsm— Sharon Osbourne (@MrsSOsbourne) September 8, 2022
The celebrity had tweeted in mourning when the Queen passed peacefully at her Balmoral Castle on September 8, expressing her grief and wishing the Queen to be at peace. "Rest In Peace Queen Elizabeth ll. The embodiment of strength, dignity and unwavering commitment to her vow. May you be at peace beside His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg. Long Live The King," read her tweet.