Kate Middleton & Prince William Honor Queen Elizabeth On International Women's Day: 'Dedicating Her Life To The Service Of The Commonwealth'

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Mar. 8 2022, Published 1:28 p.m. ET

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are making sure to honor Queen Elizabeth on International Women's Day.

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"In this very special Platinum Jubilee year, we celebrate Her Majesty The Queen and her historic 70 years of service on #IWD2022," they wrote on Tuesday, March 8. "Mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and Head of State, the Queen’s extraordinary reign has been longer than any other monarch in British history — inspiring a nation and dedicating her life to the service of the Commonwealth and its people."

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In the post, the couple posted a slew of black-and-white photos via social media. Of course, people loved the sweet gesture.

One person wrote, "A Very Happy International Woman's Day To You Dear Queen 💜👑," while another added, "Long live the Queen 👑."

A third person added, "Thank you Queen Elizabeth for your dedication and service.❤️."

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The pair also gushed about some of the important ladies they have met along the way. "Happy International Women’s Day – today we are celebrating some of the inspiring women who we have met over the past year #IWD2022. See below," the caption began.

"Vinisha Umashankar. At just 15 years old, Vinisha is an incredible champion for building a more sustainable world. A @EarthshotPrize finalist last year, she’s designed a solar-powered ironing cart which is set to revolutionise charcoal-powered street irons in India," they wrote. "Jumaima Koroma. Jumaima is an inspirational mother who has overcome adversity and now supports young mothers as a graduate of @EvelinaLondon’s Family Nurse Partnership, having been supported by the programme herself."

"Emma Radacanu @EmmaRaducanu made tennis history last year when she won the US Open - her strength, will-power and determination is a true inspiration to young sportspeople right around the world," the post continued. Amelia Collins-Patel. Amelia is one of the youngest women to receive an MBE, which was awarded to her last year in recognition of the incredible work she did in her community to tackle loneliness during the lockdowns."

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