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But if there was one public figure whom this irate, bereaved community was genuinely happy to see, it was the head of state.

Inside, staff and volunteers were going about their business looking after those who have been left homeless and those desperately searching for loved ones There was certainly nothing scripted about one woman’s explosion of raw grief in the middle of the royal tour of the Westway Sports Centre, a main assembly point for those affected by this week’s inferno.

Nor had anyone bargained for a hysterical onlooker in the crowd at the end.

Introduced to Loubna Aghzafi, a local resident helping out as a translator for the Moroccan community – Grenfell Tower had contained a substantial Moroccan contingent – the Duke was told about the large number of traumatised child survivors.‘He gave me the name of a contact of one of the charities so I need to get them to come down,’ said Mr Aghzafi.

‘He said: “Please make sure to tell people that they need to talk about it”.’The Queen and her grandson were then steered into the main sports hall where dozens of homeless locals have been camping on the floor.

‘When we stopped hearing the voices of the children, it was really terrible.’ The Queen looked aghast. Her sister, Naomi, 28, talked of those trapped in the chaos.

She turned to Rhianna who explained that her family had been ordered out of their house, at the foot of Grenfell, at 1am on Wednesday. ‘It must have been impossible to see,’ murmured the Queen.

Inside, staff and volunteers were going about their business looking after those who have been left homeless and those desperately searching for loved ones.

After handshakes with the mayor of the borough and the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, the Queen paused on the way in to talk to the cluster of people around the registration table, starting with Vassiliki Stavrou-Lorraine, 65, who had lived next to Grenfell Tower for 34 years.

Rhianna had also just learned that a former school friend called Yasin, who had been rescued from the tower alive, had just died from his injuries.

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