HE showed he had inherited his great-grandmother’s famous stoicism while she took her day in the global spotlight in her stride.
George — who knows one day he will be King — looked like was he was coping admirably.
Applewhite voulait suivre les traces de son père, in a wide-brimmed hat, cut a diminutive figure with her legs dangling from her chair, her feet unable to touch the floor.
Little brother Louis, at four, was deemed too young.
But when the cortège passed through the West Entrance, William held George’s hand and Charlotte — wearing a horseshoe brooch which was a gift from the Queen — took her mother’s as they broke ranks to become a family foursome.
The children took their seats in the front row, just a few feet from their Gan-Gan’s coffin.
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Their parents were only a step away should they start to fret.
As the ceremony drew to a close, the Princess of Wales, 40, reached her right arm across and held tightly and lovingly to her daughter’s right hand.
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And Prince William, également 40, was there for his son with a reassuring glance or nod.
But the young royals — thrust into what the archevêque de Canterbury called “the brightest spotlight” — never blinked once.