Prince George wipes away tears in heartbreaking clip as he says goodbye to Gan Gan

In an emotional clip from the lateQueen Elizabeth II’s funeral,Prince George, her great-grandson, could be seen wiping away tears as he sat alongside his fatherPrince William.

The nine year old,joined his sister Princess Charlotte and other members of the royal family as part of the procession, following the Queen’s coffin from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey.

As the family arrived at their seats George appeared to get emotional and was seen wiping tears away from his face.

The moment was spotted by royal fans who were watching the funeral service on television, with some discussing the solemn occasion on social media.

“Seeing Prince George and Princess Charlotte so heartbroken has got the tears flowing”, posted one viewer on Twitter.

Another wrote: “Little Prince George wiping away tears. [Crying emoji.]”

“Prince George, now 2nd in line standing next to his father Prince William of Wales. I’m sorry he’s bringing me to tears,” added a third.

Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrived both dressed respectfully in dark attire.

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Charlotte wore a black hat that sweetly matched her mum's choice of headwear while George was smartly-dressed in a navy suit.

Kate offered a simple loving gesture to Charlotte as she was greeted by officials at the funeral, by placing her hand on Charlotte's shoulder to show she was there for her.

The mother and daughter also held hands as they headed into Westminster Abbey, which also hosted the Queen's wedding and coronation.

Prince George also walked close to his mum and younger sibling as they walked inside the religious venue and took their seats for the service.

George and Charlotte’s younger brother,Prince Louis was absent from the service.

Opening up to Governor-General of Australia David Hurley about her children’s reactions to their great-grandmother’s death, thePrincess of Walessaid that the young Prince Louis was struggling to understand things.

Recalling what she told him, the Governor-General said: “The younger one is now asking questions like, 'do you think we can still play these games when we go to Balmoral?' and things like that, because she's not going to be there.”

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However she said George, who will one day be King, is "sort of now realising how important his great-grandmother was and what is going on".

Following the funeral another procession is taking place, before the state hearse delivers the coffin on its final journey to Windsor Castle, where Her Majesty will be laid to rest in the royal vault next to her husband Prince Philip, who passed away last year.


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