The Queen’s eight grandchildren keep an eye on their late grandmother’s coffin at Westminster Hall on Saturday
Duke of Sussex And Zara Tindall They displayed their close bond as they left the evening vigil for the Queen’s coffin on Saturday.
Prince Harry is seen joining his left hand with his cousin’s right hand as they follow him prince of wales Through the doors at Westminster Hall.
Undoubtedly, the pair would have supported each other while observing an emotional alertness for their late grandmother, as they also shared the same car.
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Prince William at the head of the coffin, with Prince Harry at the foot, both in blues and Royals No. 1 uniform, stood at the expansive Westminster Hall with their heads bowed in his honor.
Zara and . was hoisted at the corners by Peter Phillips,
Harry was among princesses beatrice And eugeniewith 18 years Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn – the Queen’s youngest grandson, who is just 14 – in the middle on either side of the coffin.
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Harry and cousin Zara share a car
The Queen’s eight grandchildren have displayed their close bond at public events including royal weddings, Trooping the Color and the London 2012 Olympics – where equestrian Zara won a silver medal in the team event.
Harry and his wife, MeghanThe couple returned as members of the Royal Family in March 2020, but the two returned to the UK together for the first time at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this year.
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The Sussexes were pictured holding up with Zara and her older brother, Peter, after a thanksgiving service outside St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The royal grandson’s husband did not attend the vigil on Saturday, and only the Earl and Countess of Wessex were present to support their teenage children – Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn.
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