Sweet moment Kate Middleton comforts grieving young royal fan as members of public pay tribute to The Queen at Windsor | The Sun

KATE Middleton comforted a grieving young royal fan today at Windsor Castle as thousands of people paid their respects to The Queen.

The newly-appointed Prince and Princess of Wales were joined by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they made their way through the crowds of mourning members of the public.

In the sweet footage, the mum-of-three spots a young girl crying in the crowd.

Leaning down to comfort her, Kate said: "Hello! Why are you sad?"

Noticing how close the young fan was to the gate, she asked: "Are you getting squished? Do you want to go home for some tea?"

Looking up at the girl's parents, the beaming Princess added: "You must be so tired. It's a long day, isn't it?"

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After the little girl told the Princess that she'd left a note and some flowers in honour of The Queen, a clearly moved Kate replied: "Oh thank you so much.

"It was very nice to meet you. Now home for tea!"

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Fans cheered as they all looked at the floral tributes left for the Queen following her tragic death.

Kate and Meghan both wore matching black dresses and ties as they left the gates of the Berkshire estate.

Harry clutched his wife's hand as they walked together and he later placed a protective hand on her back.

Meghan was given a bouquet by waiting royal fans, who later chatted with William and Kate.

It is understood that William invited had Harry to look at the tributes with him today.

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The olive branch is a clear indication William may be willing to forget their apparent feud.

The two royal are believed to have kept out of each other's way during the Jubilee celebrations in June, and didn't acknowledge each other during a service of remembrance at St Paul's.

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