Meghan and Harry show visible emotion as Duke puffs out cheeks after draining day


It was a long day for the royals as they attended the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey and then a committal service at Windsor Castle.

The Royal Family attended a committal service at the chapel for Her Majesty the Queen where her coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault.

The Duchess was also seen wiping away tears during the day.

Along with the most prominent members of the family, including King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, Meghan and Harry attended the committal in Windsor after the funeral at Westminster Abbey.

Relatives then returned to Windsor Castle for some rest before some attended a private burial service later in the evening.

In one of the only moments of the day not to be televised, the family witnessed the Queen finally being laid to rest alongside her beloved Prince Philip.

Meghan and Harry at the Queen's funeral

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked emotional during the day (Image: Getty)

Royal family on the lawn at Windsor

The King, Andrew, William and Harry on the lawn at Windsor (Image: Reuters)

Harry was pictured outside the chapel with his father the King, his brother the Prince of Wales and his aunt Princess Anne as the royals gathered together to say goodbye.

Many members of the family looked emotional, including the new King and the young Princess Charlotte, who cried after the funeral service.

She was present at the service alongside her older brother Prince George.

The King and Queen Consort during the committal

The King and Queen Consort during the committal (Image: PA)

Harry looks on as Crown Jewels removed

Prince Harry looks on as the Crown Jewels are removed from the coffin (Image: PA)

“The Queen was buried together with The Duke of Edinburgh, at The King George VI Memorial Chapel.”

A senior palace official told the Daily Mail that it would be “entirely private, given it is a deeply personal family occasion”.

The royals arrive at the committal service

The royals arrive at the committal service (Image: Getty)

It is thought up to two million people travelled into central London to see the coffin after the state funeral.

The service at Westminster Abbey was attended by 2,000 royals and heads of states and 200 members of the public.

In the days before the funeral the Queen’s coffin lay in state at Westminster Hall, with over 400,000 people queueing up to pay their respects to the beloved monarch.


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