Three princely vigils in history: the first: in the early morning of 28 January 1936, the vigil was held for the Queen's grandfather, George V. No images have been left, and there is currently only one painting
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Three princely vigils in history:
First time: In the early hours of January 28, 1936, a vigil was held for the Queen's grandfather, George V. No images have been left, and only one oil painting depicts the scene at that time. Four sons of George V attended the vigil, Edward VIII, who later abdicated, George VI, the Queen's father, Prince Henry, and Prince George.
Second time: On 8 April 2002, she kept vigil for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen's mother. Attending the vigil were the Queen's four grandchildren, including the Queen's three sons, Charles, Andrew, and Edward, and Princess Margaret's son, David Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowden.
Third time: On 13 September 2022, elizabeth II died this year, attending the vigil by the Queen's four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward.