Prince William is fondly recalling the reminiscences of his Granny, Queen Elizabeth II, as King Charles will get coronated.
The Prince of Wales, in a heartfelt keynote, notes the late monarch is a ‘proud mom’ because the King carries ahead the legacy.
“As my grandmother mentioned when she was topped, coronations are a declaration of our hopes for the longer term,” he started.
“And I do know she’s up there, fondly maintaining a tally of us. She could be a really proud mom.”
William then went on to speak in regards to the significance of ‘service’ within the Royal Household.
“My father’s first phrases on coming into Westminster Abbey yesterday had been a pledge of service.
“It was a pledge to proceed to serve.
“As a result of for over 50 years, in each nook of the UK, throughout the Commonwealth and all over the world, he has devoted himself to serve others, each present and future generations, and people whose reminiscence should not be uncared for.
He continued: “Pa, we’re all so happy with you.”
“Your service evokes us all, and tonight we rejoice you too,” he mentioned.
“I commit myself to serve you all.”
“God save the King!” William concluded.