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Queen Elizabeth II's demise last week left the entire world in shock. She was the longest reigning queen of England. At the young age of 25, she was crowned and devoted all her life to the betterment of the world and its people. While she always wanted her family to stay united, her death brought Prince William and Prince Harry together under one roof.
For those who don't know, Prince Harry and Prince William, were at cold war for the last eighteen months. It all started when Harry and Mehgan had taken a step back from the royal duties and had moved to California to start a new life and their own projects. A lot has been written, and the couple gave a lot of interviews, which further widened the gap between the two brothers and their families.
Just a few hours ago, Prince William and Prince Harry walked behind their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth's coffin. It instantly reminded the world of the time when Prince William and Prince Harry had walked behind their mother, Diana's casket as young boys. The brothers, whose relationship had hit a rough patch were seen taking part in the last rituals of the Queen's funeral. While Prince William was decked up in his uniform, Prince Harry was wearing a black tuxedo. Along with them, their wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle walked beside them.
In 1997, when Diana was killed in a car crash, Prince William and Prince Harry, who were just 15 and 12, had walked behind her funeral cortege. However, circumstances are different this time, but the pain and emotion of losing your loved one are still the same. In a TV programme, Prince William shared that he never got over his mother's death.
On September 11, 2022, Prince Harry, and Meghan made a rare joint appearance with Prince William and Kate to see the crowd paying respect to the late Queen Elizabeth. In a beautiful way, the sibling duo greeted their well-wishers outside Windsor Castle. Meghan and Kate were decked up in black ensembles.
We hope Prince Harry and Prince William get over their tiff and reconcile.