Royal fans used their eagle-eye vision to spot Prince Harry and Prince William sitting on absolute opposite sides of the chapel during the Royal Funeral recently.
While both princes entered St. George’s Chapel together for their grandfather, Prince Philip’s funeral, that wasn’t the case when it came down to their seating. Moreover, it was evident that the princes continued their disputed relationship as they sat on the absolute opposite ends, far away from one another.
Prince Harry was seen sitting alone while Prince William accompanied his wife, Kate, at another extreme amid their alleged feud with one another.
The Duke of Sussex is currently in the UK for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral which took place today, April 17th.
Moreover, this is the first time that he was pictured sitting with William, reuniting with him after more than a year since they were last seen in public together. This was in March 2020 for a gathering at Westminister Abbey.
The alleged feud took place after Meghan and Harry appeared with host Oprah Winfrey for a bombshell interview.
Both Harry and William walked for the funeral service solemnly together with their cousin Peter who stood in between them while the royals headed towards St. George’s Chapel.
After entering the Chapel, Prince Harry was seen separating from his elder brother so that he could sit on absolute extremes to that of Prince William. However, some media sources did mention how Harry was forced to oblige to the seating arrangement due to strict social distancing measures being observed at the funeral service.
Therefore, royal fans were very swift at noticing that particular change amid the estranged brothers’ supposed feud.
One eager fan started the social media debate on Twitter where he boldly questioned, “Is Harry sitting on the opposite aisle from most of his close family?” And that’s when other viewers created a chain of thoughts on how they felt regarding the matter.
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