Royal helicopter spotted leaving Windsor Castle before Kate and William step out today

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A royal helicopter has been spotted leaving Windsor Castle. It comes as Prince William and Kate, the Princess of Wales, and other royals are set to head out across the UK today.

It is unclear who is currently on the helicopter leaving Windsor Castle.

William and Kate are traveling to Norfolk to view flowers for the Queen left by well-wishers at her former home, Sandringham.

They will go to the tributes left in memory of the Queen at the 20,000 acre Sandringham estate’s Norwich Gates, as part of a programme of royal visits around the country.

Meanwhile, King Charles III returned to his Highgrove home near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, on Wednesday afternoon ahead of a private day of reflection.

The monarch was spotted exiting a royal helicopter in Reybridge near Lacock, Wiltshire, home of the Queen Consort Camilla, where they were met by a smattering of officials.

His Majesty was seen still wearing the outfit he wore as he walked behind the Queen’s coffin on Wednesday evening.

Prince Edward and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, are also visiting Manchester to view the city’s Book of Condolence for Her Majesty The Queen.

The Wessex royals will also view some of the floral tributes in St Ann’s Square and meet some of the local community volunteering at the site.

Meanwhile, the Queen’s coffin is in its first full day of lying in state at Westminster Hall.

At 11.34am, it was reported the queue to visit the Queen’s coffin was 3.7 miles (6.1km) long, according to the government’s official tracker.

Those heading to the queue should head towards Tower Bridge, which is where the end of the line is now.


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