Prince William and Kate lead royal tributes to Queen a year after death: ‘We all miss you’

The Prince and Princess of Wales have released a heartfelt statement about how they all miss the late Queen on the first anniversary of her death.

William and Kate, both 41, paid tribute to the Queen by posting pictures of the late monarch on Instagram, including one showing the Queen with her great-grandchildren at her beloved Balmoral, with a touching caption.

The couple have joined a flurry of royal family members to make social media tributes to the late Queen, who was the longest-serving monarch in British royal history, on the poignant day.

Signing off the post informally with 'W&C', for William and Catherine, they shared: "Today we remember the extraordinary life and legacy of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth. We all miss you. W & C."

Prince William and Princess Kate shared a carousel of pictures of the late Queen, who passed away "peacefully", aged 96, at her beloved Balmoral estate last September.

There was a charming snap of the late Queen beaming as she met a pack of corgis while another showed the Wales' family alongside the Queen and the now-King on the Buckingham Palace balcony at her Platinum Jubilee celebrations last year.

Other royals including Princess Eugenie, Mike Tindall and Sarah Ferguson have also paid tribute to the late monarch on the first anniversary of her sad death.

Today, William and Kateare due to join a private service at St David’s Cathedral in Wales where the late Queen visited to commemorate her life.

They are also visiting communities in south Wales to kick start their autumn plans after the summer break.

The Queen’s death on 8 September, 2022 – after a historic 70 years on the throne – came as a devastating blow to the nation.

It comes as King Charles has marked a year since the passing of his mum, the late Queen Elizabeth II, in an address in which he reflected on "all she meant to so many of us."

King Charles recorded a poignant message and released a favourite photograph of his mum to mark the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s death and his accession to throne.

The King, in his short tribute, thanked the nation for the love and support shown to him and Queen Camilla during his first year as monarch, and pledged their continued service.

He said: "In marking the first anniversary of Her Late Majesty’s death and my accession, we recall with great affection her long life, devoted service and all she meant to so many of us.

"I am deeply grateful, too, for the love and support that has been shown to my wife and myself during this year as we do our utmost to be of service to you all."

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