A year has passed since the world bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, and the royal family continues to pay their respects to the late monarch. On Friday, September 8, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, visited St. Davids Cathedral in Wales to partake in a special ceremony titled "an act of reflection for accession day."

The Prince and Princess of Wales, always the epitome of grace and elegance, greeted locals before paying their respects to Queen Elizabeth. Prince William was dressed in a sharp dark suit paired with a white shirt and blue tie, while Kate Middleton exuded elegance in a maroon coat-dress, complemented by a matching headpiece and pointed-toe heels. As they approached the church, the couple paused to interact with admirers who had gathered to honor the late Queen.

Inside the cathedral, the atmosphere was palpably somber. A framed photograph of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away at the age of 96 in September 2022, was displayed beside a cushion and a bouquet of flowers. The Duke and Duchess took a moment to reflect upon the Queen's legacy and her immense contributions to the UK, the Commonwealth, and the world at large. This sentiment was echoed in their Instagram post, which read, "A moment of reflection at St Davids Cathedral honouring Her Late Majesty and all that she did for communities like this around the UK, the Commonwealth and the world."

The post was followed by another touching tribute featuring a photograph of the late Queen, accompanied by the words, "Today we remember the extraordinary life and legacy of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth. We all miss you. W & C."

The couple's social media was inundated with heartfelt messages from fans and well-wishers. Comments ranged from expressions of love and admiration for the Queen to condolences for the royal family. Many also noted the absence of the couple's children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, from the gathering.

While Prince Harry was in the UK for the WellChild Awards on September 7, he did not attend the service at St. Davids Cathedral. However, he did make a visit to St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on the same day. Reports suggest that the Duke of Sussex is not expected to meet with any family members during his visit, hinting at the ongoing rift within the royal family.

The world continues to remember and honor Queen Elizabeth II, a monarch whose legacy will undoubtedly stand the test of time. As the royal family and the world reflect on her life and contributions, it's evident that her memory will forever be etched in the annals of history.