Us Weekly: Prince William's Kids Are Upset Over Their Great-Grandpa Prince Philip's Death
Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton are grieving the loss of the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, who passed away last week, and they have had to explain the situation to their kids.
The royal family and the world at large are mourning the loss of the late Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, who was 99-year-old at the time of his death last week.
His death has left a void in his family members' hearts, especially his children and grandchildren, who have taken various platforms to mourn their beloved patriarch.
For the Duke of Cambridge, he has the sole job of explaining details of his grandfather's passing to his three children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
Since his kids are young, the 36-year-old and his wife Kate Middleton have sought a more gentle way of explaining things to their little ones. According to insiders, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge told their kids that Prince Philip had gone to heaven and is now an angel.
William's kids are reportedly upset about their great-grandfather's passing, especially George and Charlotte. Their youngest son Louis has only met the late 99-year-old a couple of times.
Many anticipate that Prince Philip's funeral will be the right place and time to put an end to some family rifts.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are deliberate about ensuring their children remember their grandfather's legacy, as they have pictures of the late Duke of Edinburgh hanging in their home.
Reports have revealed that William's three children are not on the list of the 30 people who will be mourning the Duke of Edinburgh during his funeral. William is said to want to protect his kids and avoid them grabbing attention from other relatives who will be gracing the occasion.
The brothers, in their statements, praised their late grandfather for his service to the country and support to the Queen, who he stood by for more than seven decades.
Following weeks of tension and rivalry between the brothers, many anticipate that Prince Philip's funeral will be the right place and time to put an end to some family rifts.