Kate Garraway truly feels for King Charles over warring sons while grieving for Queen

Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway admitted that she "truly feels for" King Charles after a difficult year as the UK marks one year since the sad death of the Queen.

The TV presenter, 56, discussed "everything that has happened" between Charles' warring two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, all while dealing with grief from the passing of the late Queen, during Friday's episode of GMB.

On September 8, 2022, the world faced a devastating blow when it was announced that the Queen had died at the age of 96.

Her record-breaking reign of over 70 years is the longest of any British monarch and the longest verified reign of any female head of state in history. But when she passed away "peacefully", aged 96, at her beloved Balmoral estate in Scotland, the grief was palpable.

This morning, Kate told co-host Ben Shephard: "It has been a very difficult year for the King I feel. With everything that has happened between William and Harry and the release of Spare and the Netflix documentary, it feels as though it will be hard to come back from that.

"I feel for Charles because of his two warring sons, especially all the while grieving over the Queen".

Kate and Ben were joined by Jonathan Dimbleby, a friend of King Charles, who reflected on the first year of the new monarch's reign.

He said: "He was never in a rush… he's very diligent and works very very hard but he's different from his mother."

Kate seemed to be referring to the family turmoil surround the King's warring sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.

The last time Harry saw his brother and father was at the King's Coronation on May 6, which Harry's wife Meghan Markle did not attend.

King Charles has marked a year since the passing of his mum, the late Queen Elizabeth II, in an address in which he reflected on "all she meant to so many of us."

In his short tribute, he thanked the nation for the love and support shown to him and Queen Camilla during his first year as monarch, and pledged their continued service.

He said: "In marking the first anniversary of Her Late Majesty’s death and my accession, we recall with great affection her long life, devoted service and all she meant to so many of us.

"I am deeply grateful, too, for the love and support that has been shown to my wife and myself during this year as we do our utmost to be of service to you all."

Prince William and Kate are expected to attend a special service in St Davids Cathedral in St Davids, west Wales today in memory of the Queen on an emotional day for the royal family.

While Prince Harry, who has 'less than 48 hours' in the UK for the WellChild Awards, will reportedly not see either his father or his brother.

The source claimed the family relationship remains “firmly rooted at rock bottom” following Harry's explosive memoir Spare, where he criticised Charles and William.

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