Jacqui Press, an expert lip reader, spotted the couple chatting at around 4.20pm as they prepared for the service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.
The heir to the throne appeared to let Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle enter the bench first as Prince William stepped aside for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
As Prince William stood at the entrance to the front row, Prince Harry asked him: “Are we going to go first?”
William saw his brother and said yes with a nod, before telling his wife the Princess of Wales: “Let them go first.”
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An expert lip reader has revealed what Prince Harry said to Prince William as the brothers took their seats ahead of the Queen’s incarceration service
As Prince William stood at the entrance to the front row, Prince Harry asked him: “Are we going to go first?” William saw his brother and said yes with a nod, before telling his wife the Princess of Wales: ‘Let them come first’
The brothers walked side by side as they followed the coffin procession of Her Majesty The Queen. The couple’s relationship has been strained in recent years after Harry and his wife made a series of allegations against certain members of the royal family.
On Monday, the Royal Family united to lay the Queen to rest after her historic 70-year reign
Kate said ‘OK’ as Harry and Meghan walked past her, Prince George and Princess Charlotte and sat down.
Later in the ward, Harry shared a sweet moment with his niece Charlotte as he gave her a brief reassuring smile.
Meanwhile, Prince George shared a look with his father, who sat next to him.
At the end of the service, the Royal Family stood as the Queen slowly descended into the Royal Vault while the Dean of Windsor said, “Continue your journey out of this world, O Christian soul.”
He also offered the commendation – a prayer in which the deceased is entrusted to God’s mercy.
Moments earlier, the Dean had placed her crown and other crown jewels on the altar before the staff of the Queen’s office was snapped – signifying the Queen’s separation from her service in death.
The Royal Family visited George Chapel for the Committal Service (pictured) which followed the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey earlier today
Prince Harry, 37, who sat next to his niece Princess Charlotte, seven, caught the eye of the young royal at one point during the incarceration service (pictured)
The pair caught the eye after young royal Princess Charlotte (pictured, center left) moved to adjust her hat
Meanwhile, his brother Prince George (right) sat next to his father, the Prince of Wales, (far right) who he shared a look with during the short service
The Queen rests for eternity in St George’s Chapel as her coffin is lowered into the Royal Vault following her state funeral at Westminster Abbey
The crown jewels were poignantly removed from the coffin to show the Queen’s reign was coming to an end
The King looks emotional as his mother is finally laid to rest during the incarceration service
The Sussexes and Wales sing as Her Majesty the Queen had her symbols of the monarchy removed along with her titles
The Crown Jeweller, left, removes the Imperial State Crown from the coffin of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II as she enters the Royal Crypt as a ‘simple Christian soul’
The Lord Chamberlain breaks his wand of office at a symbolic moment when power is transferred from the Queen
The Garter King of Arms then pronounced the Queen’s styles and titles as all power passed to her son, the King.
Charles looked deeply moved as the coffin was lowered – on a day he appeared in tears on several occasions as he said goodbye to his mother, the 12th British monarch to be buried at Windsor.
Her Majesty’s long journey to her final resting place – and to reunite with the Duke of Edinburgh – began at Balmoral on the day of her death 11 days ago and will end with her private interment at St George’s Chapel in the castle tonight when the king will scatter the earth on his mother’s coffin at 7:30 p.m. in a private family service.
Britain’s longest reigning monarch had been carried into the historic church, followed by Charles III, his children and grandchildren, including Prince Harry and Prince William.
St George’s was where the Queen sat alone at Prince Philip’s funeral last year – in one of the most poignant images of the pandemic – and it’s where she loved to worship for so many years. years in Windsor.