Prince William and Prince Harry may be putting their problems behind them. Both attended an intimate Buckingham Palace dinner before continuing to pay tribute to the Queen.
Following the passing of grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William and Prince Harry might be mending their bonds. According to Page Six, the two princes both attended a dinner at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night, after receiving the Queen's coffin at the estate.
At the intimate dinner, the men were joined by their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Other royal family members, although not clear who, were also present.
The following day, the pair put on a stand-out display as they escorted the Queen's coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where she will lay in State until her funeral on Monday, Sep. 19.
The Queen's grandchildren were joined by King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and their cousin, Peter Phillips, in the midst of their solemn procession. Prince William was dressed in military clothing, while Harry, who retired from his royal duties in early 2021, was dressed in civilian attire, according to CNN. The streets were apparently completely silent, except for the gong of Big Ben and the shots of guns in Hyde Park.
The walks must have evoked fond memories for the Princes, who followed their mother Princess Diana's coffin after her death in 1997. The boys were 12 and 15 at the time.
People are wondering if the split between them is finally breaking down. The sons of the new King Charles III have been with each other since last week, when they visited Windsor Palace to pay their respects and see the floral tributes placed at the Castle's gates.