Prince William and Harry will accompany their father to accompany Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin leaving Buckingham Palace, despite their recent strained relationship.
King Charles III, Prince William and Harry will follow the carriage carrying Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall today. Accompanying them were Queen Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
The last time King Charles III appeared with his two sons at a public event was a service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London in June. However, Charles and his wife, William and William’s family then sat far away from Harry. and Meghan.
The couple William and Harry – Meghan suddenly appeared together on September 10 when visiting people to lay flowers in memory of Queen Elizabeth II outside Windsor Castle. Brothers William – Harry also accompanied their father when accompanying Prince Philip’s coffin in April 2021.
Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, at the age of 96, after more than 70 years of reign. The series of events during the Queen’s national funeral took place over 10 days, ending with a funeral at Westminster Abbey in London on September 19.
Harry and his wife, Meghan, give up their royal duties in 2020 and move to California, USA, to live. Tensions between the two and the royal family ran high when the couple went on US television, revealing many “secret history” stories and even accusing a member of the royal family of racist words against their son. is Archie.
The relationship between Prince William and his brother Harry has also become cold recently, when they rarely appear or talk to each other.
CBS Citing a source with knowledge of the British royal family, only members of the royal family are allowed to wear military uniform during Queen Elizabeth II’s national mourning, at the discretion of King Charles III. This means that Harry, the youngest son of the new British king, will have to wear a suit at the funeral, despite serving 10 years in the army.
Vu Anh (Theo Sky News)