When Prince William is mentioned in a particular moment, the Queen’s face brightens up with joy.

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When Prince William is mentioned in a particular moment, the Queen’s face brightens up with joy.

The Queen’s face lights up with delight whenever Prince William’s name is uttered.

When his name was mentioned up in conversation, Prince William unintentionally gave his grandmother a grin, making The Queen look ecstatic. Her Majesty will be present at COP26. She smiled and looked proud when she heard her grandson Prince William being praised for sticking to his guns on the environment.

Her Majesty paid a lovely visit to Cardiff on Thursday (October 14), and the event was captured on video.

Before going on to her grandchild, the monarch is seen discussing the upcoming Cop26 Summit in Glasgow, which she will be attending.

The Senedd’s presiding officer, Elin Jones, praised Prince William for his efforts to raise climate change awareness.

The Queen appears to say of climate change hypocrisy, “It’s terribly frustrating when they talk but don’t do.”

“Watching your grandchild on TV this morning saying there’s no point going to space, we need to rescue the Earth,” Ms Jones says, “it’s exactly a moment for doing.”

As she says this, the Queen glows with genuine pride.

She says, “I read about it.”

Prince William was criticized for his environmental stance by William Shatner, who journeyed to space on an 11-minute Blue Origin voyage, the brainchild of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

William didn’t name names when he chastised billionaires for building rockets instead of helping the planet, but his comments came as Shatner, 90, became the world’s oldest person to travel to space.

At the end of this month, the Queen, Prince Charles, and Prince William will visit the United Nations Climate Change Conference in 2021, often known as COP26.

World leaders and climate campaigners are scheduled to attend the event, which will take place between October 31 and November 12, including Greta Thunberg, a well-known activist juvenile, US President Joe Biden, and Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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