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  • Published on Sep 19, 2022
  • As the world mourns Queen Elizabeth II, one of Her Majesty's more stoic children has revealed a softer side - and it's breaking the internet's collective heart.
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  • The List
    The List  9 days ago +515

    Rest In Peace Queen Elizabeth II.

    • Margaret Trejo
      Margaret Trejo 5 days ago

      M

    • Vintage Rose
      Vintage Rose 6 days ago

      @Veronica Thanicatt I bet you are Catholic, right?
      People must simply: --believe Jesus died on the cross for our sins
      --accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior
      --ask Him to come into our hearts
      --have a loving relationship with Him
      --live our lives for Him, through our action and deeds, and according to His Word.
      Only each person can determine whether they believe in Him, and accept Him for what He has done for us. Nothing we say or do or pray can affect His decision on this regarding other people--only our individual selves.
      I wish it could be done for those we fear won't go to Heaven, but it can't. It is only between Him and the person. That is why He created us with free will. He wants people who chose to be with Him.
      It would be a slippery slope if we were able to do that. Then, there would be a certain number of people in Heaven who wouldn't want to be. Free will in choosing to love Him, is why He created us in the first place.

    • Darren Hughes
      Darren Hughes 6 days ago

      Wake up you’ve all been played

    • Denise Te Whata
      Denise Te Whata 7 days ago +1

      What would u know second hand narrator, your countries not in her realm, but Canada is

  • Cim S1ty
    Cim S1ty 9 days ago +417

    I can’t imagine the world is grieving more than the people who ACTUALLY knew her. Ridiculous that crying over your dead mother would be considered an outburst.

  • Julia Platton
    Julia Platton 8 days ago +128

    It doesn't matter who we are, we all cry. And Edward can cry as much as he wants, its his mum.

    • S F
      S F 2 days ago

      I can't love this enough.

    • Audrey Christie
      Audrey Christie 4 days ago

      So true, thank you.

    • nijuo joing
      nijuo joing 5 days ago

      anyone hold it in the entire time.

  • Carmelita Jones
    Carmelita Jones 8 days ago +127

    Seeing HMTQ's children took a lot out of me. It doesn't matter how old you are, losing your parent at any age hurts. Yes, the older they are may shorten the grieving period but you will grieve and you won't be the same after. My condolences to HRH Prince Edward. As the baby when HMTQ was more seasoned into her duties as queen, Prince Edward would have had a different experience of HMTQ than Charles. I'm truly sorry for their loss. RIP YM.

    • Audrey Christie
      Audrey Christie 4 days ago +1

      You are so right. Many people forget this is a family in mourning!

    • Carmelita Jones
      Carmelita Jones 4 days ago +1

      @Carla Dean
      I'm ignoring him. He clearly can't take a hint.

    • Carla Dean
      Carla Dean 4 days ago +1

      @Carmelita Jones So I see

    • Carmelita Jones
      Carmelita Jones 4 days ago +1

      @Carla Dean
      The scammer is back.

  • Diane Walker
    Diane Walker 8 days ago +94

    I cried while watching this. Her demise has affected so many of us and she will be sadly missed xx

    • Greg McGill
      Greg McGill 6 days ago +1

      No demise...just a full long life of service...i used to live in the U.K...even celebrated her Golden Jubilee...the Brits do have admiration for their Royals.

    • nijuo joing
      nijuo joing 6 days ago +2

      No matter how old you are you will feel heart broken because she has passed on. My heart goes out to all of them.

  • Brave Soul
    Brave Soul 9 days ago +212

    Billions who watched the funeral cried 💔😭 Shes not our mother but she has been part of our culture, society and lives.

    • Linda Sprenkle
      Linda Sprenkle 4 days ago +1

      I cried several times watching the funeral

    • swanlilly100
      swanlilly100 6 days ago +2

      Not the people in the countries that British captured, ruled, looted and killed.
      It is sad that she died, she lived a comfortable long live.
      The British empire committed genocide and robbery. I'm not going through any history lesson here. But you can look up the atrocities by the British on they African and Indian colonies.
      Peace.

    • Dee Dee
      Dee Dee 6 days ago +2

      Speak for yaself

  • Rob Ellins
    Rob Ellins 9 days ago +1231

    Respect to Edward for showing the world he feels just like everyone else is able to show emotion

    • Zander Law
      Zander Law 6 days ago +1

      I think Edward and Sophie and their kids Lady Louise and Viscount James are an Amazing part of the Royal Family! They’re not In your face, they do their work and get on with it! I know Sophie was a Rock for the Queen after Philip Died, I really like Sophie, seems very Normal and down to earth! Very ‘Human’ She’s an Asset to that Family !

    • Sharyl Connor
      Sharyl Connor 9 days ago +2

      I cried also and it is nothing wrong with that. We still have our work cut out for us until we are called home. So love on everyone and be kind because our homecoming is coming. Time and energy you do not get back but love overpower all things.

    • VULA
      VULA 9 days ago

      DRAWING QUEEN ELIZABETH II.. | IT'S HERE ON THE CHANNEL.!!

    • Rita Sielicki
      Rita Sielicki 9 days ago +18

      @Elaine Elliott YES. That was his mother. So sad that people are not thinking about their cruel remarks.

    • Rita Sielicki
      Rita Sielicki 9 days ago +10

      @Pumpken’s 🎃 Diapers You are right on point. "Not" one of these family members..friends..etc should be criticized. People need to stop and "think" of how Queen Elizabeth would feel if she was aware of the cruel remarks.

  • deborah stone
    deborah stone 8 days ago +33

    I wouldn't exactly call this an emotional outburst, but it is perfectly natural to have emotions when losing a beloved family member.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 5 days ago

      Yes you’re right I have experienced that too and I know how it feels to lose a beloved family member 😢

    • S R
      S R 6 days ago

      @Martin well troll

    • Martin well
      Martin well 6 days ago

      Hello Deborah, how are you doing?

  • ItsCrazy
    ItsCrazy 4 days ago

    Whoever’s reading this, I pray that whatever your going through gets better and whatever your struggling with or worrying about is going to be fine 💖

  • Salsa's Life
    Salsa's Life 9 days ago +77

    No matter how old you are you will feel heart broken because she has passed on. My heart goes out to all of them.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago

      😢 Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family. the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong. How are you doing?

  • David Sewell Clarke
    David Sewell Clarke 9 days ago +29

    Crying in public is not a shame even for the Royal Family, I've cried every day since hearing about the passing of her Majesty and I'm not related to the Crown. It takes a man to cry. My father served her Majesty in the Royal Engineers as his Father did for King George also my Mothers father and my great Uncles during the War .

  • judy b
    judy b 9 days ago +835

    Good on you Edward, expressing your real emotions during your beloved mums funeral is healthy and natural.

    • Mandy G
      Mandy G 6 days ago +6

      @No Matusi I think that you will find many of the colonies became such in Victoria's reign or long before in Elizabeth 1st time and that of James 2nd.
      I dont agree with it but many countries did it throughout history.
      Queen Elizabeth ll simply inherited them. The world was a very different place at the start of her reign but her reign is more known for giving colonised countries back their independence.
      Britain itself has been invaded and taken over many since history was first recorded. You can't blame colonisation on one person. Its an attitude and way of thinking that is thankfully disappearing here but still rampart in many other countries. Might i suggest that instead of hating one person, and blaming them..you read up and study history so that you can change your own attitude that seems to stem from ignorance of the facts. .and hatred.

    • BloodyVeins93
      BloodyVeins93 6 days ago

      @Lisa stark We could ask you the same question! What the hell is your problem?

    • The Under Cover Mother 2020
      The Under Cover Mother 2020 7 days ago +2

      Exactly! Hardly an "Outburst". Nice of the channel to be dramatic for views.

    • S. Jones
      S. Jones 7 days ago

      @Tali expect nothing else from you, long distance and covert.

  • DIY Khan
    DIY Khan 6 days ago +8

    She was a wonderful lady. May her soul rest in peace.

  • Lyric Green
    Lyric Green 6 days ago +10

    I lost it when I saw Edward and the lone piper walking to the end of the hall. I lost my mother to cancer so my heart breaks for him. The service was so emotional how could anyone hold it in the entire time. 🕊🙏

  • GruncleTim
    GruncleTim 9 days ago +28

    I think they all held up remarkably well, considering they were being watched and scrutinized by commentators from around the world. That is especially why I am happy the final service was held in private, away from the public eye. The public had their public moments, and the family deserved their private moment.

  • Jude Kay
    Jude Kay 9 days ago +80

    *I'm an American and I CRIED!*
    So sorry for her family and all the people who loved/respected her.

    • S R
      S R 6 days ago

      @Rdiddyspace 1 What are you talking about in that gibberish? Jude wasn't hateful at all.

    • seavankat
      seavankat 7 days ago +1

      Yes. How could one not cry especially seeing her dogs and her horse and the lone piper walking slowly down the hall and out of view.

    • Debra Zawlocki
      Debra Zawlocki 7 days ago

      I'm still mourning!

    • Angelina 🪴
      Angelina 🪴 7 days ago +3

      I felt sick to my stomach the day the Queen died. I have a mast cell disease and had to take extra meds to keep it from flaring up as it does during emotional distress. I got choked up but quite honestly I have a 5 year old and I don’t want her to be upset/worried so I kept it together.
      My husband was at work so we were alone. Not breaking down is being seen by a lot of ppl in these comments as uncaring and that is likely the opposite of what happened. Sometimes you can’t help it and I get that but you should try as an adult not to make the ppl you love worry about you and I think that’s what a lot of royals were doing knowing ppl that rely on them we’re watching.

  • Carol Beckett
    Carol Beckett 9 days ago +1573

    I wonder who else cries when their mother dies???? They are all human beings and have emotions just like everyone else.

    • Robert Fontello
      Robert Fontello Day ago

      I know I did & still have moments that I STILL do!

    • Marky Mark
      Marky Mark 4 days ago

      People are stupid to debate this ffs!

    • ars660
      ars660 5 days ago +1

      Yea I don’t see why someone crying is news

    • Noolie62
      Noolie62 5 days ago +1

      @Lisa stark who is a murderer?

    • Lou
      Lou 5 days ago

      @Lisa stark oh FFS. Watch some documentaries instead of reading all the shit in rag magazines. You will then know why she seemed so “cold”

  • Tahj Carter
    Tahj Carter 8 days ago +8

    As an American, I wish I could be so proud and loyal to our own presidents. I felt a sense of pride for these people to hold their Queen to such a high thrown as she deserved I suppose. I also saw her as a human finally. As a mother, grandmother. I felt their sorrow. God Bless all. And I hood that we can one day have a better United States.

    • Clarinda Victor
      Clarinda Victor 4 days ago

      I'm from SA and feel the same way abt our presidents. The Queen's funeral was so moving and heartfelt and what made it more special was how the British people reacted, honoring their beloved queen with such dignity and pride. She surely looked down from heaven, with that beautiful smile of her's, on her face.

  • Karaan Leech
    Karaan Leech 8 days ago +14

    Huge respect to the RF. Having to share /show their emotions during the funeral of their own mother., Grandmother , great grandmother etc must make their pain and grief so much worse. It's one thing losing a parent or loved one but having the whe world being a part of it must be something else. Heartfelt sympathy to them all. R.I.P. Queen Elizabeth ll .

  • Geri-Atric
    Geri-Atric 9 days ago +20

    He’s the baby of his family and he loved his Mum dearly. I couldn’t be that stoic. I was in puddles. 😢

  • Kathleen Sutherland
    Kathleen Sutherland 9 days ago +46

    There's nothing wrong shedding tears. Big up Edward

    • Kari34 B
      Kari34 B 5 days ago

      @No Matusi The Queen was not a thief. The jewels were sold by others and eventually gifted. You scream about being stolen when previous owners lost them. The one from India was taken after it was signed over. British being mean, probably, but the treaty was legal. Also, who does it really belong to? You? Sorry, but you shouldn’t be cruel and bitter. It really isn’t worth it and doesn’t belong to you.

    • No Matusi
      No Matusi 6 days ago +1

      @Carla Dean Keeping stolen goods make you a thief. You can be jailed for keeping stolen stuff. She got another diamond that was stolen from India 'Koh-i-Noor Diamond'

    • Carla Dean
      Carla Dean 6 days ago +3

      @No Matusi She inherited it, she didn't steal it. It was bought by the SA Transvaal Co, then gifted (via Botha) to Edward VII (the Queen's Great Grandfather) It then passed to Queen Mary who gifted it to Queen Elizabeth II. So who was it stolen from, the original mine owner, the Transvaal Co? It would never have belonged to the African people that's for sure. If they wanted this bought and paid for diamond back that badly the SA Government should've reclaimed it. If you want to spew hatred at anyone, Botha is your man.
      Do your homework ffs.

  • Tania Burnett
    Tania Burnett 10 days ago +816

    Its just fine to weep. Prince Edward is her son and should have no restriction to do so. Tears are words unspoken. He shared his mother with all of us, the Queen. I thank you.. 🌹

    • mella060
      mella060 4 days ago

      @Father Paolo, O.Pa. it says in the bible to call no man Father

    • Jasmine Collis
      Jasmine Collis 6 days ago

      @Anastacia Why?

    • Nickey Hammock
      Nickey Hammock 6 days ago

      @Father Paolo, O.Pa. probably gibberish to you. How about you back off of ppl just trying to be kind and learn to be humble and kind yourself. Damn keyboard warriors! Sick of y’all always trying to dump on someone just by being nice and you want to insult. Keep your comments to yourself

    • Anastacia
      Anastacia 7 days ago

      Its not ok to weep openly in public.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago +3

      Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family 😂the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong 💪

  • deedee green
    deedee green 9 days ago +16

    My brother is 14 years younger then I, and 19 years younger than our oldest sibling. With both of our parents now gone, my younger brother has often stated that he wished he had more time with them. He is 49 and the other eight of us are all 60 and over. He feels we had a lot more time with mom and dad. It's a strange feeling, too that baby brother does not share any of our early childhood memories. He was basically raised as an only child. When I saw the pictures of Edward, I wondered if he too wished he had more time with his parents.

  • marks marsh
    marks marsh 9 days ago +32

    She may be the face I can't forget
    A trace of pleasure or regret
    May be my treasure or the price I have to pay
    She may be the song that summer sings
    May be the chill that autumn brings
    May be a hundred different things
    Within the measure of a day
    She who always seems so happy in a crowd
    Whose eyes can be so private and so proud
    No one's allowed to see them when they cry
    She may be the love that cannot hope to last
    May come to me from shadows of the past
    That I'll remember till the day I die
    REST IN PEACE DEAR QUEEN OF ENGLAND

    • Dee Ron
      Dee Ron Day ago +1

      Aww that's so beautiful in honour of our Queen, thanks so much.

    • marks marsh
      marks marsh 2 days ago +1

      @Marybeth Langendorf Hi Marybeth. Not a poem but Verses from an Elvis Costello song called 'She'.

    • Victoria Amos
      Victoria Amos 5 days ago +2

      @Marybeth Langendorf it’s actually a song . Think Elvis Costello sang it?

    • Marybeth Langendorf
      Marybeth Langendorf 7 days ago +4

      That was a beautiful poem!

    • Thom Burleson
      Thom Burleson 7 days ago +9

      Absolutely beautiful verse, thank you for sharing! Like many of my fellow Americans, I too shed a few tears for HRM Queen Elizabeth II. Though our two countries battled over principles many centuries ago, in the end, we’ve grown to be staunch allies due to our shared heritage. Condolences to our British brothers and sisters on the loss shared by the world. 🇬🇧🇺🇸

  • Brenda Provence
    Brenda Provence 9 days ago +15

    I’m not one of her children and I cried all day. For God sake let these people cry for their mother

  • Karen Smith
    Karen Smith 9 days ago +17

    Above all, Queen Elizabeth was a mother.....a cherished member of this family! Tears and mourning for your family will always be shown 💔

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago +3

      😢 Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family. the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong how are you?

  • TrueNorth
    TrueNorth 7 days ago +2

    I could not imagine having my loved one's funeral televised world wide while experiencing sadness, loss and grief. Wishing the RF peace, healing and strength at this difficult time. RIP HMTQ

  • TheManorBeast
    TheManorBeast 6 days ago +3

    I saw my dad cry once in his entire life
    At my grandmas funeral
    The next time I saw that look on his face was when I found him on his bedroom floor when he passed
    The two events were 1989 and 2011, yet it haunts me still. I can only really say it out loud anonymously on chat rooms to strangers
    It haunts me on a near daily basis

  • MaineOffGrid
    MaineOffGrid 6 days ago +2

    When my Mom died, I cried every day afterwards for weeks. I still do sometimes when I think about her and four years have passed.

  • Sharon Garrett
    Sharon Garrett 9 days ago +15

    My heart goes out to all of you. I lost my mother in 2012. I understand how all of you feel. God bless all of you. Sending love and prayers.

  • Rosie Bateson
    Rosie Bateson 9 days ago +525

    He was her youngest child and when you are the baby you always remain the baby. I’m the youngest of 4 and even at 52 years old my 3 siblings still say “my baby sister”. He lost his Mummy not just the Queen

    • James Benson
      James Benson 5 days ago

      @Ettibridget You’re correct lol how are you feeling?

    • James Benson
      James Benson 5 days ago

      @Stephanie Yee You’re correct . How are you doing?

    • James Benson
      James Benson 5 days ago

      @Jayne McDaniel You’re correct. How are you doing?

    • Jayne McDaniel
      Jayne McDaniel 8 days ago +1

      I agree! I’m the baby of three, and the only girl. I feel and understand the emotion and congratulations him for a few moments of being less stoic!

    • Stephanie Yee
      Stephanie Yee 8 days ago

      Exactly. My youngest sister is 59 years old but she's Still my Baby Sister.

  • Christine Adam
    Christine Adam 9 days ago +28

    I thought it was nice to see human reactions of someone who loved and then lost their mother. His wife Sophie also showed himan emotions. God bless them both.

  • daniel taylor
    daniel taylor 8 days ago +9

    The Royal family are human beings, just like the rest of us. Absolutely no shame in showing emotion at the loss of a loved one.

  • WoundedSaint 8
    WoundedSaint 8 6 days ago +2

    Man, I still have outbursts. You never get over the loss of your mom and dad. It's devastatingly heartbreaking and a deep bellowing from pain never experienced before.
    I couldn't imagine how they feel considering they were blessed to have her by their side their whole life. Some over 70 years.
    It takes years for some to join the world again.
    I believe these days of mourning are important for EVERY FAMILY.
    Because when a loved one passes, you get rocketed into another deminsion some in shock while the world keeps moving at its fast pace. And you're so in another place. It's like hold up, pump the breaks yo.

    • Emma Wheeler
      Emma Wheeler 6 days ago +1

      Sorry for your loss sending love ❤

  • Joanne Maryland
    Joanne Maryland 9 days ago +12

    Grief can overwhelm even the strongest of us. Their beloved mother died, and they are still in shock.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago

      😢 Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong. How are you doing?

  • Fatty
    Fatty 9 days ago +659

    People with emotions usually do cry when they lose loved ones. It's called being human

    • D Knapp
      D Knapp 5 days ago +1

      well said they are human and it don't matter if you are Royal and taught not to show emotion its still going to happen out of LOVE

    • Flo flo
      Flo flo 6 days ago

      @William
      💔

    • William
      William 7 days ago +1

      Seriously. Why wasn't I part of some news story when my own mother passed away?

    • Creator Gg
      Creator Gg 7 days ago

      So true

  • Graces Acres
    Graces Acres 7 days ago +6

    Why is this so amazing?? After all.. They are human and have emotions! The Queen was the glue that held this family together! 💛

    • Paul Webster
      Paul Webster 7 days ago

      Hello Grace how are you doing today I hope you are having a wonderful day

  • Abraham Dozer
    Abraham Dozer 9 days ago +3

    Anyone who has lost their mother would understand.
    Generally, you will never be closer to another human being than you are to your mother.
    Your mother's departure is profoundly final.

  • 64MUsonic
    64MUsonic 7 days ago +14

    Edward and Anne, my two favorites. Some people commented how he refused to shake anyone's hand, but I remember his saying in an interview that if he does it for one person he has to do it for all. That's just how he is.

    • June Erasmus
      June Erasmus 5 days ago

      Sorry was previous comment...page seems to have jumped.

    • June Erasmus
      June Erasmus 5 days ago

      He said it on camera to them all...right there not afterwards.

    • Maggie A
      Maggie A 6 days ago +1

      It might have made him too emotional, he's a gentle man, maybe he was trying to keep himself together.

  • Mary Thurber
    Mary Thurber 9 days ago +10

    Edward showing tears is his way of dealing with his mother's loss !! To lose a mother who loved her sons is a hard thing to deal with !!

  • KeKe Channel
    KeKe Channel 9 days ago +386

    Seeing Princess Charolette breaking down into tears for the queen shows how close she was to her great grandmother. That was such a sweet moment.

    • Gordon Taylor
      Gordon Taylor Day ago

      @Bayaa Varn If George doesn't have kids she will indeed be Queen.

    • RowenMyBoat
      RowenMyBoat 3 days ago

      I missed that but the children’s behavior was exemplary! My grandchildren wouldn’t act that well for an hour, much less throughout a long day!

    • Bayaa Varn
      Bayaa Varn 5 days ago +1

      Charlotte shall be Queen..

    • S R
      S R 6 days ago +1

      @VULA Stop trolling everyone's comments.

    • 坤財
      坤財 9 days ago +2

      Discontent &discomfort should be happened in some people of human beings.

  • Caroline Bing
    Caroline Bing 6 days ago +4

    I cried so much when the queen died .I'm from uk .grew up a royalist .she was a amazing lady .who made me proud to be British.
    Her funeral was breathtaking and I have the upmost respect for the royal family .to carry on there duties with millions of people seeing edward cry was heartbreaking.

  • Ranne123 456
    Ranne123 456 7 days ago +2

    Edward has always been emotionally open. He and his families seem lovely. What an awful time it must have been for the family.

  • Karen Kratzer
    Karen Kratzer 6 days ago +2

    Edward was the most stoic throughout the week and to see him wiping away tears with a handkerchief was too much to see my heart hurt for him. It seemed to have finally caught up with him of the week of vigils, processions and finally saying goodbye.

  • Suhail Shabir
    Suhail Shabir 8 days ago +5

    This brought tears to my eyes i lost my mum 4 years ago this October 14th i Still miss her i cry sometimes at work in the car in the shed by myself i wish the royal family all the best the Queen will certainly be missed

  • kay barrett
    kay barrett 9 days ago +22

    Weeping is a natural way of showing love and respect for a loved one who past away.

  • Henry O'Brien
    Henry O'Brien 7 days ago +3

    I can't even watch her speaking without tearing up.

  • Melany Blake
    Melany Blake 9 days ago +5

    Watching the final part of this funeral I got a strong emotion just like when it was my mother's funeral 3 years ago. I wasn't aware the members were so moved they were in tears but the sadness transmitted through the airwaves that I picked it up.
    Sadly, the queen is gone but a person can't live forever. This occasion has brought out the human side of this monarch family, letting down the traditional expectations that they must be perfect none humans or I guess it was to show strength but today we know strength is shown in other ways and for a royal family to show love together for one same person they broke that traditional cold ice expectations of a monarch family. Just beautiful.

    • Robert Reese
      Robert Reese 9 days ago +3

      I watched it all, from beginning to end. I'm retired lol. The most beautiful funeral I will ever see. Every single thing you see has meaning. Just amazing.

  • Sheliah Strube
    Sheliah Strube 9 days ago +8

    This show of deep emotion from the Royal Family broke my heart! Little Princess Charlotte was the saddest part. No child should have to feel this sadness. This all brought back memories of my grandmother, and mother's passing. God bless all.

    • Rugben Daniel
      Rugben Daniel 8 days ago

      Hello Sheliah, how are you doing today.

  • Outsider Songs
    Outsider Songs 9 days ago +194

    Edward has always been a very sweet and honest person. They all wept I think but I think none of them could really start grieving until the funeral ended and they could withdraw. It must be incredibly hard to grieve in public.

    • Aish Ariel
      Aish Ariel 5 days ago

      I guess not all English are cold hearted

    • VULA
      VULA 9 days ago

      DRAWING QUEEN ELIZABETH II.. | IT'S HERE ON THE CHANNEL.!!

  • Shendara al Shedir
    Shendara al Shedir 6 days ago +3

    Good for Edward for not pretending he isn't human like the rest of us!👍🏻 He's lost both his parents less than a year and a half apart. He has every right to show his emotions.
    He & the formidable but lovely Sophie are a masterclass in loyalty, mindfulness and class. They have raised two beautiful well-balanced well-behaved children. Good on them, what a beautiful family!!👍🏻👏🏻👌🏻🐾🌈☮️🇨🇦

  • Yvonne Smith
    Yvonne Smith 9 days ago +5

    Showing grief through tears is not an outburst, especially a persons Mother. 🙁

  • Ahndrea Sprattling
    Ahndrea Sprattling 9 days ago +6

    Let it all out Edward..losing a parent especially a mother is the hardest thing. I been there before

  • Elizabeth Mojica
    Elizabeth Mojica 7 days ago

    I just lost my mother on September 18th, too. The pain is unreal and I haven't stopped crying since. This really resonates.

  • E de Montfort
    E de Montfort 9 days ago +4

    Edward is the youngest and probably spent a bit more time with his mother than the oldest children. He would have had a very special attachment to her, and to his father, as the youngest. How difficult it was for the whole family to remain dignified and composed in public when they must have been suffering terribly. Seeing the public weeping and grieving certainly affected them even more. Bless them all as they adjust and go on.

  • Rai Linly
    Rai Linly 6 days ago

    I also said goodbye to my own mother about a month earlier and thankfully my show of grief and emotion was left at the funeral, only to be reflected upon by myself in private! The way it should be.
    It's not an outburst, it's raw sadness and completely normal.

  • Richard Bowley
    Richard Bowley 8 days ago +1

    What is forgotten in the video is that Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Forfar, not only comforted Prince Edward, but also did the same with Princess Charlotte. HM's favorite daughter-in-law lived up to the expectations of a wife, mother, and even great-aunt and in my mind, is an angel to many. And yes, there is nothing wrong with a 73-year old monarch shedding a tear or two as his mother's death was so sudden (in the eyes of many), from commissioning a new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to passing within a span of 3 days is quite shocking to many, even though we have been preparing for that very day for many, many years.

  • Ladale Koehler
    Ladale Koehler 9 days ago +4

    They were all lucky to have their mom, grandmother, and great-grand mother for as long as they did. Not many people do. I very much wish my mom or dad live an extra 11 years. My mom died at 85. she had dementia for almost 2 years so if very much felt that we lost her earlier especially caring for her by ourselves, my sister and I.

    • A Google User
      A Google User 5 days ago

      I agree. My grandmother died at 96 and I was incredibly lucky to have her that long. I still miss her every single day, and she died in 07.💔

  • Lea Lei
    Lea Lei 9 days ago +550

    for a 7 y.o. great grandchild cry for her just means she took the time to be close to each and every one of them. She may be the queen for others but to them, she was their loving great grandmother.

    • Stevie Ray
      Stevie Ray 7 days ago

      ​@sonia demandante Hey Cutie 🙂

    • Peter Ramsden
      Peter Ramsden 8 days ago

      @Lynn Quin jeez, always one, nitpicker

    • Denise Henry
      Denise Henry 8 days ago +2

      The child is also exhausted. It's been a long week.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago +1

      😢 Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family. the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong. How are you doing?

  • Annabelle Rankin
    Annabelle Rankin 8 days ago +2

    Losing your parents is a terrible thing at any age
    - you never forget those past days when you were
    together with them and often think back nostalgically
    to times you did things together.

  • Francis Johnson
    Francis Johnson 9 days ago +5

    I cried when my parent's died ; what's wrong with Edward doing it ?? They are all humans.

  • LadyFallon
    LadyFallon 7 days ago

    My mother also recently passed away, early last month. I am still very sad about it, but also very angry at the funeral home because of what they did to me.
    My mother lives several states away. I used to live in the same state as her for over a decade, but moved away when I got married a few years ago, due to my husband's job. When my mother unexpectedly passed away, I heard about it through a friend that still lives in the same town as her. I had to call all the funeral homes to verify if it was true, and sadly it was. I was informed by one particular funeral home that they would keep me updated with everything, as they were the funeral home my mother had pre-picked out. My mother had a pre-paid funeral, so she had already paid for all her funeral expenses ahead of time. All that needed to be done were some minor details, such as picking out the specific types of flowers, picking out any songs to be played at her funeral, writing her obituary & having it published in the local newspaper, etc. I got to work, on my end, writing a beautiful obituary for my mother's to be submitted to the funeral home, sho she can be remember in print forever.
    My mother's most recent husband also passed away, about 1.5 years prior to her own passing. They married later in life, around her 50's, because my biological father passed away when I was 5 years old. At the time of her passing, she was living off of disability due to some health conditions (early-onset dementia, immune issues, thyroid problems, etc.). She was still independent enough to live on her own, she just couldn't drive, or manage her own bank account, & had care givers check in on her.
    My mother, even though she had some health problems, obviously wasn't expecting to pass away so soon, let alone unexpectedly, because she didn't have a Last Will & Testament. And, the only reason she had a pre-paid funeral was because, when her recent husband passed away, he actually left it in HIS will to make sure she would have all her funeral expenses paid for with his money.
    Anyway, long story short, my mother's ex-step father, who never legally adopted my mother or had custody of her when she was a minor, and who wasn't even married to my grandmother when my grandmother died (my grandmother had remarried over THREE decades prior!), well he showed up at the funeral home, claimed to be her "father," and took over everything, in regards to all the little details that needed to be completed to start & complete my mother's funeral.
    I kept waiting for the funeral home to call me with updates, and they didn't.
    After about four days of not hearing anything from the funeral home, I started calling the funeral home myself, wanting to know what was going on with my mother, and her funeral, and how I could help. I also needed to know, ahead of time, when the funeral was, so I could make arrangements for travel; I explained I lived several states away, and I would have to either book a flight or drive to get there, but would need several days notice either way.
    The funeral home told me her "father" was taking care of all the arrangements. I explained to the funeral home that her father had passed away along time ago, so whoever was their claiming to her father was NOT her father, and he was the ex-step father. This ex-step father made a point to make funeral arrangements that went against all the wishes of my mother too. The funeral home never asked for verification that he was here "father" or anything, they just took his word for it because, "he knew a lot about her, so he seemed legit," was their explanation." . . . What?
    To make matters worse, even AFTER I told the funeral home all this, they continue to work with the ex-step dad! Not once did the funeral home ever return any of my phones & promised. They decided NOT to published her obituary I wrote because the ex-step father didn't like it, nor did he want any music being played.
    The worst part of this is, the funeral home never informed me of my mother's own funeral home. I called them, on my own time, to inquire about the funeral. The person that told me, "oh, it's 1st thing tomorrow morning." They KNEW I wasn't going to make it on time, because they were made very well aware of the fact that I live far away. And if I didn't call that day, would they have ever had the courtesy to even tell me after they buried mother? 💔😢

  • Karen Echols
    Karen Echols 8 days ago +2

    You call this an emotional outburst? I (quietly) sobbed and sobbed during MY mother’s funeral!! I’m glad Edward displayed emotion and yes, I know the rules are different for royals, but this is NOT an outburst!! My heart is with them ALL!

    • Paul Webster
      Paul Webster 7 days ago

      Hello Karen how are you doing today I hope you are having a wonderful day

  • Theresa Chiorazzi
    Theresa Chiorazzi 9 days ago +9

    Death is a human emotion you can’t hold back tears it’s his mother after all what would you expect at a time so sad. Carrying on will be difficult and takes time the world surely feels sad we will never forget queen Elizabeth. Peace be to all may she Rest In Peace now. 😊

  • K
    K 6 days ago +5

    I don't think a single person in England who sung God Save The King for the first time didn't feel choked up by the chance of words.

    • Dot Grindley
      Dot Grindley 4 days ago

      Well I couldnt get all the words out

  • J A
    J A 8 days ago +3

    All of her family has shown a great deal of grief at her passing. It's very sad. I feel for them because she was so much the beloved matriarch to all of her family. May she RIP and they heal.

  • Paula Rogers
    Paula Rogers 9 days ago +9

    Prayers for comfort & healing to her family

    • Mattew Perry
      Mattew Perry 9 days ago

      Thanks for your endless and support you have constantly show me.i,m forever grateful.i really appreciate your unconditional love and support towards me.where are you watching from?

  • Robyn Wilson
    Robyn Wilson 9 days ago +360

    How hard as it been for The Royal Family. 10 full days of being in the spotlight to millions of people around the world. Edward & his siblings have all done a wonderful job. Bless you all so much and thankyou for sharing your mother with the world.
    🇬🇧 🇦🇺

    • shapiro
      shapiro 6 days ago +1

      @Noka Oi I know, King Charles looked ready to drop. It is exhausting to go through losing your mother and then having to be on everyone's TV screen around the world whilst carrying out all the royal protocol and formalities etc .

    • shapiro
      shapiro 6 days ago

      @VULA what is this about?

    • shapiro
      shapiro 6 days ago +1

      I agree. They had to share her constantly.

    • Flighty Risky
      Flighty Risky 7 days ago

      yes such a hard life.

    • PBMS123
      PBMS123 7 days ago +3

      billions of people

  • Noorjahan Dalvi
    Noorjahan Dalvi 9 days ago +6

    Sending love and affection to the Royal family, from India. All the moments heartbreaking. May Queen 's soul rest in peace, aameen.

  • Mary Therese McCool
    Mary Therese McCool 9 days ago +4

    I cannot imagine what it's like to have your grief on display for the world.

  • MsCmsh
    MsCmsh 9 days ago +5

    Wrong title, definitely!! It’s nothing wrong for family members to show emotions in such a sad event!! Royal or not, they’re human beings too!! I appreciate people who act true to their hearts, and without holding back!! I lost my mom 5 years ago, I’m still sad and there’s not a day I don’t think about her!! I love my mom and still miss her very much!! 😢🥺

  • CHM
    CHM 7 days ago +5

    I loved Queen Elizabeth and think of her often. Despite all of her difficult episodes, one could sense her love for her family and all the people she touched over the years.

    • Martin well
      Martin well 6 days ago

      Hello CHM, how are you doing?

    • Paul Webster
      Paul Webster 7 days ago

      Hello dear friend how are you doing today I hope you are having a wonderful day

  • Luke UK
    Luke UK 7 days ago +2

    Of course! I’m a “man” and cry all the time, mostly happy, often sad. I cried throughout our wonderful Queens funeral.

  • Pureitaliangirl
    Pureitaliangirl 9 days ago +17

    The Quiet man Edward, usually in the shadows of his brothers but this time he was a shining light not hiding away. Good on you Edward..the quiet ones are usually the strongest ones, not afraid of showing who they really are. God bless you🙏

  • R.J. Whitaker
    R.J. Whitaker 8 days ago +3

    That's an outburst? No.
    I appreciate Edward and Sophie for their commitment to work,lack of drama, and devotion to their children.

  • Ziggy3339
    Ziggy3339 9 days ago +7

    She was a loyal and beautiful Queen. The UK showed up to honor her as well as many others . ❤This was a wonderful non political week. Civility is not dead, after all . Thank you for sharing with us.

    • Rugben Daniel
      Rugben Daniel 8 days ago

      Hello, Ziggy how are you doing today.

    • James Benson
      James Benson 8 days ago

      😢 Queen Elizabeth is greatly missed and she has proven herself to be a great queen. Our deepest condolences goes to the family. the King Charles 111 God continue to bless and keep the king strong. How are you doing?

  • Merryl Marsh
    Merryl Marsh 9 days ago +8

    A lovely man unafraid of showing his love for his mum.

  • allycat
    allycat 6 days ago +2

    I still find it hard to believe she’s no longer with us 😢

  • Tonya Osier
    Tonya Osier 9 days ago +5

    It showed their love for their Mum.

  • Nicky Jones
    Nicky Jones 9 days ago +3

    They must feel very proud of the Queen, I mean what a woman/mother/Monarch ❤️

  • Rice Is Life
    Rice Is Life 9 days ago +275

    He’s only human, of course he shows his true emotion, he just lost his beloved queen mother. Absolutely nothing wrong with this.

    • Leigh Smith
      Leigh Smith 5 days ago

      They have these unbelievable standards and I find them so tiresome especially when it is frowned upon when you are supposed to keep a stiff upper lip when someone you loved has dies. To have it plastered all over the internet and Flash-Player is just so sad. Perhaps when William becomes king things will change for the best.

    • k 86
      k 86 7 days ago

      Lizards

    • Timothy Turner
      Timothy Turner 8 days ago

      He loved his momma .

    • VULA
      VULA 9 days ago

      DRAWING QUEEN ELIZABETH II.. | IT'S HERE ON THE CHANNEL.!!

  • Lynne Sroufe
    Lynne Sroufe 9 days ago +3

    God bless her... prayers for the family...

  • Barb Woodbury
    Barb Woodbury 5 days ago +1

    HOW is crying at your mother's funeral an "emotional outburst"? I wish the media would stop trying to overplay events. I am proud of the family showing how much they loved Elizabeth, mother, grandmother, Queen!

  • happygrandma
    happygrandma 9 days ago +4

    How could anyone not cry at losing a mother, queen or not.

  • Blue
    Blue 9 days ago +8

    The most handsome of her sons and the most respectful.
    I always liked him. He was and remained beautiful💓

  • Cynth G
    Cynth G 9 days ago +3

    I don't even know queen Elizabeth ll 🌹 but I cried when I first heard of her passing I was over shocked believing she was going be with us longer she's the only queen I known my whole life

  • Karen Altman
    Karen Altman 9 days ago +3

    Such a beautiful woman so sorry for her passing

  • Chato Pierides
    Chato Pierides 9 days ago +7

    The Queen was so much loved around the world. It is heartbreaking more for the Queen’s children-- Prince Edward is normal! - crying for the loss of his mother. The Queen loved all her children-- No exception! That is A perfect Mother!

  • PollyAnna
    PollyAnna 5 days ago

    Prince Edward showed a lot of courage by releasing some of his emotions of grief. Why is it that society defines strength as not showing emotions, define being strong if you don’t cry… crying in any environment and for any reason, whether it is for a known reason or simply tears just fall, is being strong. When children are young, like 3 or 4, they might fall over and start to cry. A parent has several choices in their reaction and each choice will define that child’s emotional maturity from there onwards - 1) child cries, parent hugs them letting them cry completely without setting a limit to how long the child cries. 2) child cries, parent hugs them then says there there, you’re ok now, hush hush, child stops as child learns crying is ok but only if you have a few tears 3) child cries, parent laughs as parent turns it into a joke by saying oh no, you made a hole in the pavement when you fell, come and look. Parent uses humour to deflect child from being emotional teaching child crying isn’t really acceptable and it’s best to find distractions or humour no matter what 4) child cries, parent gets frustrated and tells child directly to stop crying, you’re ok, you’re not hurt/you’re not bleeding, come on grow up. 5) child falls over and doesn’t cry at all because they’ve already learnt by age 4 that crying isn’t healthy or acceptable or allowed. Why is it society is afraid of tears, afraid of emotions. In order to encourage emotional regulation we need to encourage all emotions, to help a child recognise their emotions, to sit with their emotions, to have them and to define them.
    Good on Prince Edward, George, Charlotte, Sophie , Anne, Charles, William, Catherine, Zara, Mike, Andrew, Charles, …etc… for showing their emotions

  • Jon Oz
    Jon Oz 7 days ago

    I live in America 🇺🇸 and I remember when seeing the Queen's address in 2020, about better days and we will get through this, was very comforting. The Queen had an enormous effect on the entire world, unlike any previous monarch.

  • judy ervin
    judy ervin 9 days ago

    I lost my own mother recently. I cannot imagine being on display as this family is. One does not choose one's family. God save the King, how strange to verbalize this. Pray for him.

  • chinchin paderna
    chinchin paderna 9 days ago +2

    This is truly genuine love and respect .funny how the outsider divorcee smirkle cried in just one left eye with one tear and makeup is not ruined .

    • Gypsy Gem
      Gypsy Gem 8 days ago

      The picture I saw showed her with tears from both eyes.

  • Cheryl Patterson
    Cheryl Patterson 9 days ago +39

    IT'S NOT A SHOW, THEY ARE REAL PEOPLE WITH REAL HEARTS, THAT CAN BE BROKEN.

  • Gail Clark
    Gail Clark 9 days ago +2

    Edward has a strong partner to help him grieve. Sophie is an awesome person and she is so much like the Queen. We mourn with you in your loss

  • Diana
    Diana 9 days ago +2

    I feel for Prince Edward the youngest royal. It must be so hard to grief in public. God bless you and your family.

  • Maria Luisa Mieles
    Maria Luisa Mieles 9 days ago +2

    The lost of a mother is a great lost wether she was a Housewife or a Queen.
    I lost mine 3 years ago and I missed her dearly is a great lost.

    • Rugben Daniel
      Rugben Daniel 8 days ago

      Hello, Maria Luisa Mieles how are you doing today.

  • nunya biznez
    nunya biznez 9 days ago +2

    I hope her royal highness, Princess Charlotte of Wales, can take some comfort in knowing that MILLIONS of people around the UK and around the world would, if they could, give her one great big collective group hug. I know what if feels like to lose, one at a time, each of my recent ancestors. The first was a great grandparent when I was 5 and the last was my mother when I was 47. It's not fun when the last one goes. I'm glad she and the other royal children have such a big and supportive family. Two or more grieving people can comfort each other simply by being together.

  • S Smith
    S Smith 9 days ago +34

    I sincerely hope Edward will be awarded the much deserving title of the Duke of Edinburgh. Both Edward and Sophie are extremely dignified and supportive of the queen. Past few years they worked tirelessly and were very close to the queen.

  • awnx ruyv
    awnx ruyv 2 days ago

    No matter how old you are you will feel heart broken because she has passed on. My heart goes out to all of them.

  • E ON
    E ON 5 days ago +1

    I always had a fondest for our late Queen Elizabeth.. We are all on the same journey and my hope is that we reunite with all our loved ones with health laughter and no more tears.
    Lord I thank you for the gift of life and every obstacle that came my way.. Till we meet again.. God bless every nation and people of the world. 🙏🌍💐