Prince William supports Queen on her first trip to Scotland since death of Prince Philip

Prince William and Queen Elizabeth have stepped out collectively for a joint royal look in Scotland.

The future king supported his grandmother as she visited the nation for the first time since the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, in April.

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It comes after Palace insiders revealed that Her Majesty could be supported by senior members of the Royal Family for the rest of her reign.

“Senior officials and members of the family have long had an eye on ensuring she is more supported in the future and it seems sensible to start employing this now,” a supply instructed Daily Mail.

The Queen and William began their day with a go to to the A. G. Barr manufacturing facility in Edinburgh to see how a iconic Scottish delicate drink Irn Bru is made.

They then travelled to the official royal residence of Holyroodhouse for the Ceremony of the Keys, a standard welcome occasion.

The 95-year-old was formally welcomed to the Scottish capital by the Lord Provost, who supplied her the keys of the town.

Afterward, the royals met native volunteers and frontline well being employees to thank them for his or her efforts throughout the pandemic.

During her four-day tour of Scotland, the Queen is “celebrating Scottish community, innovation and history,” in accordance to a Buckingham Palace assertion.

While William was with her on Monday, her daughter Princess Anne will be part of her on Wednesday and Thursday.

Prince William joined his grandmother on her royal tour of Scotland.
Prince William joined his grandmother on her royal tour of Scotland. Credit: Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage

It’s understood William will return to London to stand shoulder to shoulder with brother Prince Harry as they unveil a statue of their late mom, Princess Diana.

The small ceremony might be held at Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden on Thursday July 1 – what would have been Diana’s sixtieth birthday.

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