Prince William and Prince Harry reunited as they paid tribute to their grandfather Prince Philip.
Taking part in the procession, William and Harry followed the Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin just like they did their mother, Princess Diana’s, many years ago.
While their cousin Peter Phillips did separate them, at one point he was a step behind.
The Queen arrives at St George's Chapel, where she is greeted by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Reverend David Conner.
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The brothers put aside their differences to support their family and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, who lost her husband of 73 years.
When the order of the procession was announced, Buckingham Palace said they would not be drawn into “perceptions of drama” over the fact William and Harry were not shoulder-to-shoulder.
“The arrangements have been agreed, and they represent Her Majesty’s wishes,” they added.
While Harry quarantined in Frogmore Cottage, he did speak to William and other family members on the phone.
After the service, cars were waiting outside of St. George’s Chapel to transport the member of the family back to the castle but they all decided to walk to the private reception.
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William, Harry and Kate Middleton were seen walking and chatting together. A moment that would have made Prince Philip happy.