THE QUEEN was ‘practically skipping’ with joy on the day of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day, according to royal biographer.
According to Andre Morton, a Royal author who wrote The Queen, published by the Daily Mirror, he said that the Queen felt the big day in April 2011 was an important milestone for the monarchy.
Morton, who famously wrote Diana’s authorised biography, said: “The Queen was positively playful on the day of her grandson’s nuptials, ‘practically skipping’ according to one observer, absolutely thrilled at the way the public had reacted to the royal newlyweds.”
The Duchess of Cambridge stole the hearts of the nation and received loud cheers from royal fans when she kissed her new husband on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
And nobody was more delighted by the positive reception than the Queen.
He added: “She had a sense that the future of the Royal Family, her family, was now secure. The monarchy was once again held in admiration and affection by the masses.”
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