In a shocking interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel, Queen Elizabeth has been quoted as saying it is her wish that Prince William and Prince Harry be buried with her when she dies. "They are truly lovely children, and I would miss them terribly if they weren't with me when I cross over," she is quoted as saying. "Thus, I have issued an Ordonnance Royale, or Royal Order, as part of my last will and testament. Since Harry and William are my progeny, meaning in essence I brought them both into this world, I can take them out with me if I so choose."
In consideration of the sacrifice this would impose on both William and Harry, the Queen said, "I have graciously decided to award my grand children the prodigious Royal Victorian Order." This British order of knighthood was instituted by Queen Victoria in 1896 to reward personal services rendered the monarch.
Charles, Prince of Wales and father of boys, said he would honor his Queen's request. "As the British Empire's royal family, we each have a heavy burden to bear, and this unfortunately is theirs. As for me, I shall have to carry the weight of three funerals and my royal coronation, all within several weeks."
Neither Prince William nor Prince Harry were available to offer a comment for this story.