Prince Harry and Prince William solemnly walked together behind the coffin of their beloved “grandma” Queen Elizabeth II during their funeral procession on Wednesday – mirroring heartbreaking images of the brothers laying down their mother, Princess Diana, decades ago.
William, now Prince of Wales, and his sibling Harry, the Duke of Sussex, stood side by side and looked ahead stoically as they followed the monarch’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where she will be honored in a four-day public ceremony before her funeral.
Photos of the royal siblings recalled the somber moments as Prince Harry, then 12, and Prince William, 15, followed their mother’s coffin during her funeral procession in September 1997.
The grieving boys bowed their heads as they walked in line with their father, Prince Charles, and grandfather, Prince Philip, before laying them to rest.
The royal siblings’ united front on Wednesday was a far cry from their appearance at Prince Philip’s funeral last year, when the feuding princes reportedly had to be separated from their older cousin Peter Phillips.
The April 2021 funeral marked the first time the brothers were together publicly, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the royal family and Oprah Winfrey gave a full interview.
https://nypost.com/2022/09/14/princes-harry-william-walk-together-in-queen-elizabeths-procession/ Princes Harry and William walk together in Queen Elizabeth’s procession