As 5 Rainbows Appear in the Skies Over Balmoral, Princess Kate Says the Phenomenon Can Only Mean 1 Thing

The Prince and Princess of Wales believe rainbows over Queen Elizabeth II’s Balmoral Castle after her death earlier this month were no coincidence.

According to the Daily Mail, the royals told the workers who helped attend the Queen’s funeral that they saw greater meaning in the cloud formations.

Prince William described seeing five different rainbows in Scotland, where Balmoral Castle is located, in the days after Elizabeth’s death.

“How many rainbows have appeared in Scotland? You rarely see rainbows up there, but there were five.”

William’s wife Kate pointed to the rainbows as a sign from the Queen.


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“Her Majesty looked down on us,” Kate told funeral directors at an event at Windsor Castle, according to the Daily Mail.

William takes on the role of heir apparent.

His father, King Charles III, succeeds Elizabeth after her historically unprecedented reign as monarch.

The engagement earlier this week was the first event the royals have undertaken since funeral ceremonies for the late Queen on Monday, according to the Daily Mail.

In a curious twist, the rainbows over Balmoral weren’t the only ones to appear in Scotland and England.

Rainbows also appeared over Buckingham Palace and Exeter.

The rainbow over Buckingham Palace in London had not gone unnoticed in the hours after the Queen’s death, reaching nearby Windsor Castle as well.


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Another rainbow appeared over the City of London and Westminster Palace the night before the Queen’s funeral.

The Queen often spoke of her devout Christian faith throughout her life and viewed her role as Supreme Governor of the Church of England as much more than just a medieval title. As 5 Rainbows Appear in the Skies Over Balmoral, Princess Kate Says the Phenomenon Can Only Mean 1 Thing

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