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Kate Middleton captured comforting Prince Charles during touching moment

The Queen, with whom Kate has a special relationship, will be much more accessible to the Duchess of Cambridge and her family now that they have moved to Windsor.

The Duchess also enjoys a close relationship with Prince Charles, as she demonstrated when they kissed each other on the cheek during the Platinum Jubilee and shortly after the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh last year.


Kate is close with her father-in-law
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After the solemn ceremony in Windsor, the mother-of-three revealed just how compassionate she is by sharing an emotional moment with Charles.

When Kate and her father-in-law were seen leaving the St. George’s Chapel ceremony in pictures taken at the time, she tenderly kissed him on the cheek.

Charles was visibly upset as he followed his father’s coffin in the procession; at one point, a tear trickled down his cheek. His wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, and sons Prince William and Prince Harry attended the funeral with him.


The Duchess borrowed the Queen’s jewellery for Prince Philip’s funeral
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For the first time in more than a year, the brothers were photographed together as the Cambridges walked and chatted with Prince Harry after the service.

Following the touching funeral service, Kate was seen catching up with the Countess of Wessex while wiping tears from her eyes.

In addition to supporting her father-in-law, Kate honored the Queen with her exquisite jewelry choice for the solemn event.

The Duchess had her hair pulled back to display the famous Japanese Pearl Choker necklace while dressing in a chic black ensemble with a black face mask.


The Duchess of Cambridge’s kindness was caught on camera


The Queen specially ordered the four-strand necklace with a diamond clasp using pearls the Japanese government had given her.

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The stunning Bahrain Diamond and Pearl Drop earrings, which were a gift to the Queen from Bahrain’s ruler in honor of her 1947 nuptials to Prince Philip, were also worn by the 39-year-old Duchess.

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