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Kate Middleton said Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were ‘fascinated by beads’

The Princess of Wales (pictured) revealed yesterday that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were 'excited' about the discovery of drones in the sky that were used as part of the Queen's funeral security operation.

Yesterday, the Princess of Wales revealed that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were ‘excited’ about the discovery of drones in the sky that were used as part of the Queen’s funeral security operation.

Kate, 40, was speaking to the team of staff and volunteers in Windsor Guildhall, Berkshire, who were involved in coordinating her late Majesty’s funeral services on Monday.

She explained that Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, were particularly alert to drones in the sky.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales previously said they wanted to “keep things as normal as possible” for their three children after the Queen’s death, according to reports.

The Princess of Wales (pictured) revealed yesterday that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were ‘excited’ about the discovery of drones in the sky that were used as part of the Queen’s funeral security operation.

She explained that Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four (pictured together in June) were particularly observant of drones in the sky.

She explained that Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four (pictured together in June) were particularly observant of drones in the sky.

The prince, 40, added that although they had not been awakened by any of the rehearsals at 3 am in preparation for the funeral, the ears of a younger family in the family may have been awakened.

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It comes as Prince William can be seen studying Paddington’s tribute to the Queen on a phone during his first royal engagement after the late king’s funeral yesterday.

He and Kate thanked the people who helped organize Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Windsor.

The Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend the Queen's funeral and burial

The Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend the Queen’s funeral and burial

It follows King Charles III and members of the royal family behind Queen Elizabeth II's coffin, draped in royal standard with the Imperial State Crown, Orb and Scepter, as it is carried out at Westminster Abbey after the state funeral.

It follows King Charles III and members of the royal family behind Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, draped in royal standard with the Imperial State Crown, Orb and Scepter, as it is carried out at Westminster Abbey after the state funeral.

The couple went on to share an amazing video from their engagement on their official Instagram page, posting: “Thank you to all who have worked tirelessly to ensure that everyone visiting Windsor over the past two weeks has had a safe and positive experience.

“It was a pleasure meeting today with a few staff and volunteers – we are so grateful for all your efforts.”

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In the clip, Kate and Prince William are seen beaming as they speak with volunteers, as well as studying honoring the late king.

Elsewhere during the engagement, the Princess of Wales said she thought the late Queen was looking at them when five rainbows appeared in the sky above Balmoral.

Picture of the Government Cannon Cart carrying the Queen's coffin as it leaves Westminster Abbey on Monday

Picture of the Government Cannon Cart carrying the Queen’s coffin as it leaves Westminster Abbey on Monday

Kate, who chose to wear her £2,150 recycled Dolce & Gabbana long coat in black, made the comment as she and William thanked the people who worked to organize Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Windsor.

It came as members of the royal family noticed the colorful weather phenomenon while spending time in Scotland.

The Prince of Wales said the unusual sight left them surprised, adding: “In Scotland, how many rainbows have appeared? You rarely see rainbows there, but there were five. “Her Majesty was looking down on us,” Kate smiled, answering.

During the engagement, which was the Prince and Princess of Wales’ first personal engagement since the state funeral, William said he found himself ‘choking’ when he saw Paddington Bear salute his grandmother, but found comfort in the public outpouring of support for the royal family.

A picture of the Imperial State Crown being removed from the Queen's coffin during a commissioning service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday

A picture of the Imperial State Crown being removed from the Queen’s coffin during a commissioning service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday

The stunning sky seemed to say one last farewell to the King, on Sunday, who has been a key figure in the country for more than 70 years, and Britain’s longest-reigning.

Elizabeth was synonymous with Windsor Castle, where rainbows have also appeared, spending most of her time especially after the death of her beloved husband Prince Philip in April last year.

Rainbows were also seen above the queue, which saw about 250,000 mourners queuing up through the night to see the Queen lying flat.

Her Majesty also named the tower bearing the bell of Big Ben, which was renamed Elizabeth Tower in 2012 on the occasion of her diamond jubilee, and also witnessed this amazing phenomenon.

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