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Prince William & Prince Harry Unite To Walk Behind Queen Elizabeth II’s Coffin At Her Funeral

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Prince William & Prince Harry Unite To Walk Behind Queen Elizabeth II’s Coffin At Her Funeral

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Brothers bond with each other. Prince William and Prince Harry walk to the right of each other in the procession Of Queen Elizabeth II coffin arrives at Westminster Abbey for her state funeral on September 19. The moment resonates Princess Diana’s funeral 25 years ago when two brothers walked behind their mother’s coffin.

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Prince William and Prince Harry walked side by side behind the Queen’s coffin. (Emilio Morenatti / AP / Shutterstock)

The Queen’s 4 Children – King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Andrewand Prince Edward – go ahead of Prince William and Prince Harry in the procession. As they are no longer working royals, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew have not worn their military uniforms.

Two days before Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, Prince William and Prince Harry agreed with the Queen’s other grandchildren to hold a memorial service for her, who is in a critical condition. Prince William led the way with Prince Harry right behind him in military uniform. Prince Harry wore the uniform ordered by King Charles III. When Prince Harry was no longer a senior royal, he had to give up his rank. The princes stood guard for the Queen’s coffin in Westminster Hall for 15 minutes.

Following the death of their beloved grandmother on September 8 at the age of 96, Prince William and Prince Harry set aside any tension due to the ongoing rift in honor of the Queen. Remarkable princes reunited with wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle to see flowers in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. Prince William extended an olive branch and invited Harry and Meghan to a walk with him and Kate in Windsor.

The couples, once known as the “Fab Four”, walked behind the other in the Queen’s coffin procession a few days after the walk. In the wake of the Queen’s death, Meghan admitted that there is still hope of “forgiveness” for the royal family.

“I think forgiveness is really important. It takes more energy to not forgive,” she said Cut. “But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I really put in a positive effort, especially knowing that I can say anything.” She added, “I have a lot to say until I don’t. Do you like it? Sometimes, as they say, the silence is still part of the song.”

Oprah WinfreyThe celebrity who sat down with Harry and Meghan for their explosive 2021 all-in-one interview has revealed that she thinks there’s room for healing between Harry, Meghan and the royal family.

“Well, here’s what I think, I think of all the families – you know, my father passed away recently, this summer, and when all the families come together for a ceremony. In general, the ritual of burying your dead, there is an opportunity to build peace,” she said More. “And hopefully, there will be that.”

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Prince William & Prince Harry Unite To Walk Behind Queen Elizabeth II’s Coffin At Her Funeral

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