The couple, along with their daughters Olivia and Ruby, aged 13 and 10, had just intended to lay flowers at the castle while walking their cockapoo, Freddie, but were caught up in the melee of the royal walk.
Mr Dunn said: “It has been a real privilege. She asked the girls how old they were and where they came from. It was amazing.”
Scott, 46, said: “It’s a real privilege to meet them. It’s incredible of them to give so much time to people who are taking care of their family.”
Mrs Scott said: “We are local so the Queen has really always been a big part of our lives. We can see the castle from my dad’s house, so we’ve always grown up with it. I think everyone has experienced a tremendous sense of loss. For the past three days, Olivia has been crying non-stop. You can’t stop her from crying.”
Stewart and Sarah Patrick had cycled to Windsor from near Egham to see the royals with their children Elliot Keren and Lily.
The Prince of Wales shook hands with everyone in the family.
“It was once in a lifetime, phenomenal – I’ve never seen or done anything like it before,” Mr Patrick said.
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