Prince Harry and Prince William form a united front at the Queen’s funeral

Prince William And the Prince Harry They united again, to say their last goodbyes to their grandmother Queen Elizabeth II at her state funeral.

On September 19, the brothers joined their father King Charles III The rest of the royal family escorted the late king’s coffin in a procession from London’s Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, where a memorial service was planned. William was accompanied by his wife, Kate MiddletonPrincess of Wales, as well as their eldest children Prince George9 – now second in line to the throne – and Princess Charlotte7. His wife joined Harry, Meghan Markle.

During the service, participants will play the UK’s new national anthem, “God Save the King”, after two minutes of silence for the Queen.

After the service, the Queen’s sarcophagus, draped in royal standard with the Imperial Crown and Orb and Scepter, will travel in procession to Wellington Arch, then to Windsor Castle for the commissioning service at St George’s Chapel. The Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are due to attend.

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