Prince William Reunites with Estranged Brother Harry as They Walk Behind Prince Philip's Coffin

Gaone Pule
Apr 17, 2021
07:07 P.M.
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Estranged royal brothers Prince William and Prince Harry reunited at their grandfather's funeral following their hostility after the Oprah Winfrey interview.


The Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry walked behind Prince Philip’s coffin today as they headed to St. George’s Chapel. Their cousin, Peter Phillips, walked between them.

The procession was led by their father, Prince Charles and Anne, Princess Royal. They were all accompanied by other Royal family members, including Prince Edward.

Charles, Prince of Wales and his sons Prince William and Prince Harry walk during the ceremonial funeral procession of Prince Philip on April 17, 2021 | Photo: Getty Images


Hello magazine posted a video on the publication's page which showed the family in unison and a glimpse of the Queen in a Royal Bentley leaving the chapel. 

A lady-in-waiting also accompanied the 94-year-old in the moving vehicle. They both wore black attires with similar hats and matching face masks.


The monarch’s grandsons spoke to each other while leaving the Duke of Edinburgh’s ceremony at Windsor Castle today. It was their first public appearance together in more than one year.

The Duke of Sussex was earlier spotted in conversation with his brother's wife as they left the chapel and began walking, but Kate Middleton stepped back to allow the siblings to converse.

Prince William, Prince Harry and their cousin Peter Phillips follow the coffin of their grandfather, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh on April, 17, 2021


Ahead of the burial, the princes were said to be in communication by phone after Prince Harry returned from America, but they had to wait till the funeral to see each other.

At the time, a source told US Weekly that the Royal family hoped for the brothers to make amends before their grandad’s funeral service. The Duke of Sussex had a very close relationship with Prince Philip, and he was very fond of him, vice versa.