Harry and William ‘discussed how the funeral was what Philip wanted’, says lip reader

Harry and William share words with the Archbishop on their way out before sharing a conversation as they leave together Kate takes a handkerchief from her bag and wipes her nose

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Prince William and Prince Harry both agreed their grandfather’s funeral was what Philip wanted, labile readers have claimed.
The two brothers sat across from each other as they bid farewell to their grandfather at St George’s Chapel in Windsor yesterday.

In what looked like a step towards reconciliation after the tensions between them, Harry and William were seen chatting afterward.

According to lip readers, when the Duke of Cambridge, 38, took off his face mask, he said, “Yeah, that was awesome, wasn’t it. “

The Duke of Sussex, 36, appeared to respond: “It was as he wanted it”.

When they left St George’s Chapel, William and Harry spoke briefly to the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The two brothers paid tribute to their grandfather, Prince Philip
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According to the Express, William told his brother after the conversation, “Absolutely wonderful service, ah, the music. ”

Soon after, Harry and William started walking together towards the castle with Kate next to them.

The Duchess of Cambridge was then seen talking to the Countess of Wessex, leaving the brothers side by side, walking and talking to themselves.

Body language analyst Adrianne Carter said they looked comfortable.

Harry, William and Kate walked together and spoke after the service
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She said: “Kate seemed to be taking the lead in the discussions, but when the brothers started walking together it was just natural, with no signs of stress or discord in their company. There was no forced spectacle and no sign of avoiding each other.

“William actually paused so Harry could go up the hill with them.” It seems to me that sorrow brought them together.

Yesterday was the first time Harry had met his family after moving to the United States with his wife Meghan Markle last year and after their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.

Prince Harry pays tribute at funeral
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Kate and William
Kate and William inside the chapel
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A royal source said: “It’s no secret tensions have been incredibly high lately, not to mention the brothers have barely spoken a word for many months.

“Perhaps with the death of the Duke and their grandmother’s call for unity, it could be the catalyst for a renewed relationship. Everyone certainly hopes so.

ITN’s Tom Bradby said: “It’s often said that funerals are a time of reconciliation and it’s a scene that a lot of people wanted to see, especially the family themselves.

Harry’s wife Meghan was unable to make it to the UK for the funeral as she is heavily pregnant and a doctor told her not to make the long trip.

However, she still followed the procedures via an online feed from their home in Los Angeles.

Meghan’s biographer Omid Scobie said Prince Philip’s funeral was “a very sad day for Meghan”.

He said the Duchess of Sussex would be in mourning as she “has also lost a member of her family”.

On a live broadcast for American television channel ABC News, the writer and reporter said: “Although Meghan is not here, of course she supports Harry. His mind is very focused on the situation here.

“We know she is supporting Harry in this very difficult week for him, but she will also be sad because it is also the loss of a family member for her. “

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