PRINCESS Kate helped daughter Charlotte find her place in the Order of Service during the Queen’s funeral in a touching moment.
The royal youngsters joined a 2,000 strong congregation at Westminster Abbey today to say goodbye to their beloved “Gan-Gan”.
The children, who were the youngest mourners at their great-grandmother’s state funeral today, stood and sung hymns alongside leaders from around the globe.
In a sweet moment, Kate could be seen pointing at the Order of Service to show Charlotte where in the service they were.
George was pictured singing The Day Thou Gavest, 主, Is Ended as he stood between his parents.
Charlotte could be seen looking around from under the brim of her hat while the mourners sang The Lord’s My Shepherd.
During the Archbishop of Canterbury’s sermon, George read the order of service while sister Charlotte was seen whispering to her mother.
在一个点上, the youngsters could be seen standing next to their aunt 梅根·马克尔（Meghan Markle）.
Their late inclusion is believed to be the idea of their parents who thought it important they attend the historic occasion.
Following the funeral, Charlotte joined Camilla and Kate in a car as they followed a procession to Wellington Arch.
George meanwhile was seen welling up as he walked with other royals.
The King this morning led the Royal Family, including both George and Charlotte, as they walked in a procession behind the Queen’s coffin into Westminster Abbey.
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查尔斯, 73, appeared to wipe away a tear as he followed his late mother’s coffin – draped in the Royal Standard flag, and topped with her Crown, Orb and Sceptre – into Westminster Abbey.
William had been seen in a Range Rover with a police escort heading towards the St James’ Palace before the procession shortly after 10.15am.
He had a reflective expression on his face as he travelled with Princess Charlotte beside him in the car.
The royals then appeared to switch cars as William moved to travel alongside his dad, King Charles.
Charlotte and George sat side by side in another car, with Kate and Camilla sitting behind.
The royal youngsters were among the 2,000 people gathered at Westminster Abbey before a committal service at Windsor Castle.