Prince William and Harry were seen chatting to each other after the funeral service for their grandfather Prince Philip. They were also joined by Kate Middleton on the walk away from St George’s Chapel where the service was held. It was unclear ahead of the funeral whether the two would talk, given recent strained relations.
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This was further cast in doubt when it was revealed the pair would not be walking side by side in the funeral procession.
However, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to play peacemaker for the two brothers.
It appears that Kate started the chat with Harry as the mourners left St George’s Chapel.
Kate then brought her husband William into the conversation.
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Prince William and Harry were seen chatting to each other after the funeral service for their Philip
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The Duchess of Cambridge appeared to play peacemaker for the two brothers
Footage showed the brothers walked together, with Kate on Harry’s right side.
Harry appeared to smile in the direction of Kate as the three strolled together, away from the rest of the family.
The pair eventually split off from the Duchess as Kate moved into conversation with Zara Tindall.
The two appeared to be in good spirits, talking to each other for several minutes following the service.
The brothers walked together for several minutes, moments after watching their grandfather’s coffin lowered into the vault at St George’s Chapel
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge bowing to Philip’s coffin upon its arrival at church
Viewers were heartened by the sight, as one person tweeted: “What a wonderful sight then to see William, Harry and Kate walking together.”
Another remarked: “So nice to see William and Harry along with Kate mingling together after the funeral service. Just like old times.”
This took place moments after they watched their grandfather’s coffin be lowered into the vault at St George’s Chapel.
Prince Philip funeral: Royal family follow coffin in procession
Harry and William on the way to St George’s Chapel for the funeral service
The emotional service saw the Royal Family say their last goodbyes to Prince Philip with a poignant and moving funeral organised with the help of the Duke of Edinburgh himself.
The Queen led the nation in mourning for Prince Philip as the Duke of Edinburgh was laid to rest.
The procession started at 2.41 pm, with Prince Philip’s coffin arriving at St George’s Chapel seven minutes before the funeral at 3pm.
Then, the nation fell silent for a minute before the beginning of the service.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK