I'm a lip reader – here's what King Charles said in a touching moment after Queen's funeral | The Sun

I'm a lip reader – here's what King Charles said in a touching moment after Queen's funeral | The Sun


A LIP reader has revealed the touching words said by King Charles after a moving service for his mother.

The Royal Family said their final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II duringa state funeral and committal service yesterday.

A number of poignant moments captured the hearts of mournful Brits who travelled to London for the farewell services.

Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, at 70 years, was finally reunited with her husband and “strength and stay” Philip during a moving service in St George’s Chapel, Windsor.

As King Charles and the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, left the chapel, lip reading expert Jeremy Freeman noticed a heartfelt exchange with between them.

The pair were seen shaking hands, with the King telling him: "Thank you, that was good work. You were wonderful."


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The Archbishop said back: "You are welcome."

When greeting Reverend David Conner, the Dean of Windsor, Charles said: "Good work, good service."

Reverend Connor said a remark back to which Charles replied: "I did my best."

He and Camilla then got into a car together to leave.

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Another touching moment was spotted by eagled-eyed fans between Princess Charlotte and Prince Harry as they said goodbye to the Queen.

The royals were sat side-by-side during Her Majesty's committal service at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel, before she was finally laid to rest with her husband.

At one point during the service, the seven-year-old princess can be seen adjusting her hat before looking over at her uncle.

Prince Harry then briefly looks up, catches Charlotte's eye, and smiles at her.

The pair had been seated together between Harry's wife Meghan Markle, and Charlotte's mum, the Princess of Wales.

At one point, royal fans spotted the Charlotte appearing to remind her brother about royal protocol at the Queen's state funeral.

According to lip readers, she told George he needed to bow down when Her Majesty's coffin came past.

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There was another moment where wee Charlotte looked to her aunt, Sophie Wessex, and copied her as she curtsied.

Royalists gushed on Twitter over the "adorable moment" and "touching show of respect".

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