Prince Harry told William the funeral was ‘as Philip wanted’, lip readers claim
Prince Harry told Prince William that grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral was “what he would have wanted”, a lip reader has claimed.
After months of speculation about a fallout between the two brothers, Harry and William reunited on Saturday (April 17) for the emotional service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
The pair were separated by cousin Peter Phillips as they walked to the service but, after, cameras captured them happily talking with no sign of an apparent feud in sight.
As they removed their black face masks, lip readers claim William told his brother: “Yes it [the funeral] was great, wasn’t it.”
Harry, according to the Daily Express, then replied: “It was as he wanted.”
Body language expert Judi James told this site that the Duke of Sussex “looked nervous” in the chapel.
But, when he stepped outside with his brother, he “showed the world” his unity with William in an interaction that Judi claimed did not look staged.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton showed a “sign of affection” towards her brother-in-law as they walked back towards the castle.
“Kate turned her head towards Harry at an angle to suggest pleasure and affection, but soon stepped back to allow the two brothers to walk off together talking,” she said.
The interaction between Harry and Wills has been called an “extremely significant moment” by a royal expert.
It has since been reported the princes were able to spend some time together in Windsor following Philip’s funeral.
According to the Telegraph, senior royals did not leave Windsor Castle until 6pm – more than two hours after the service.
The funeral was the first time Harry has been seen in public with his brother and other members of the Royal Family since his and wife Meghan Markle's explosive Oprah Winfrey interview.
In it, the couple alleged that remarks were made by an unnamed royal about the colour of son Archie's skin before he was born.
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