Prince William and Prince Harry joined their father, King Charles III, and his three siblings as they walked behind Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin procession via London on Monday.
Charles and siblings Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne walked in a row with William and Harry aspect by aspect and shut behind because the coffin traveled from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster.
Members of the queen’s royal family additionally walked within the procession as massive crowds of individuals lined the road to pay their respects.
William and Harry didn’t attend Monday’s procession in Edinburgh, however Charles and his three siblings every walked behind the coffin earlier than a memorial service happened at St. Giles’ Cathedral.
Queen Elizabeth died final Thursday at age 96, ending her record-setting 70-year British monarchy. The 73-year-old Charles, her eldest baby, was formally proclaimed monarch on Saturday.
The queen will lie in state at Westminster Corridor from Wednesday till subsequent Monday, when her funeral is scheduled to happen.
She can be laid to relaxation at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Citadel subsequent to husband Prince Philip, who died final 12 months at age 99.
William, 40, and Harry, 37, appeared collectively tributes at tributes for the queen at Windsor Citadel on Saturday, with their wives additionally attending.
The brothers beforehand walked of their mom Princess Diana’s funeral procession in 1997, after they had been 15 and 12 years previous, respectively.
In an announcement Monday, Harry praised Queen Elizabeth’s “unwavering grace and dignity.”
“Thanks on your dedication to service,” Harry stated. “Thanks on your sound recommendation. Thanks on your infectious smile. We, too, smile figuring out that you just and grandpa are reunited now, and each collectively in peace.”