The report says that they saw each other after a year, Prince William and his brother Prince Harry on Saturday when they said farewell to their grandfather at his funeral, they also put their filled relationship aside.
While walking behind together in the parade of Prince Philip’s coffin before his funeral at Windsor Castle along with their father, Prince Charles, and other close relatives both brothers were somber and quiet. So far so good it also seems that they both were seen chatting and walking together after the service ended.
In early 2020 it was the first time the brothers had been together in public with Harry stood down from royal duties and moved to the U.S. with his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and their son Archie. According to some reports, it seems that on Saturday, William and Harry toured in silence on either side of their cousin, Peter Phillips, as they met other senior royals in Philip’s funeral parade.
But for some points, Phillips fell behind slightly to allow the brothers to walk side by side. As boys in 1997, walked behind the coffin of their mother Princess Diana in another royal funeral broadcasted around the world. Because of coronavirus restrictions, both brothers sat opposite each other in St. George’s Chapel for the funeral, which was attended by only 30 people.
So, Harry was on his own because Meghan is pregnant and While William sat next to his wife Kate. Meanwhile, after some time the brothers walked mutually alone while Kate spoke to Zara Tindall, another of Queen Elizabeth II’s eight grandchildren who is William and Harry’s cousin.
During the Winfrey interview, many of the people assume that William was annoyed and hurt by Harry’s judgment to speak so publicly about the royal family’s issues. “Because of the restrictions of COVID, it’s difficult to get down to decent conservations,” said royal biographer Penny Junior. “It’s probably quite difficult to sit down as they normally would over a beer and discuss things.”
Because of the restriction funeral was limited to only 30 people, who all had to wear masks, sit in family bubbles, and remain socially distanced in the same church. So, on the other hand, Britain’s continued coronavirus restrictions may limit how many opportunities the brothers will get to smooth over their differences.