The royal family gathered for the funeral of their beloved Queen Elizabeth on Monday.
While onlookers and mourners alike wondered if there would be a tense reunion between squabbling brothers Prince William, Prince Harry and their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, the “Fab Four” managed to avoid one during services.
During the service at St George’s Chapel, the new Prince and Princess of Wales’ children Charlotte, 7, and George, 9, separated the adults, apparently excluding them from the interaction.
Earlier in the day for the state funeral at Westminster Abbey, Harry and Meghan were snubbed and sat in the second row behind the royal family.
William, 40, Harry, 38, Meghan, 41, and Kate, 40, attended the ceremony on Monday along with the rest of the royal family. During the marches, the brothers stood close together and seemed united in their mourning to commemorate Her Majesty.
The Queen is buried with her husband Prince Philip in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. Only her immediate family will attend her private funeral.
The famous quartet reunited several times over the week following the Queen’s death.
On Saturday, Harry and William stood alongside their cousins - Zara Tindall, Peter Phillips, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn at their beloved grandmother’s coffin – while their wives gazed out at Westminster Hall.
As Harry and Meghan are non-working royals, they were also “not invited” to the reception ahead of the funeral on September 17 – and only learned of the snub from the press.
The American-based couple were also part of the royal family’s procession that brought Her Majesty’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall on September 14. After the coffin was brought in, the family got up for a short service together.
On September 10, the former actress and Invictus Games founder joined the new Prince and Princess of Wales in walking around Windsor Castle together to greet well-wishers.
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Middleton appeared to fire icy daggers at her sister-in-law during the tour.
The Fab Four have had a difficult relationship since Markle and Prince Harry decided to step down from royal duties and moved to Montecito, California in 2020.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex later dropped some bombastic claims in a shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.