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Princes William and Harry, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton have reunited for the first time in months, last seen at the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. But the pairs weren’t even pictured super close to one another. While they’ve made a rare reunion, it’s for an incredibly somber occasion for the family. On Sept 10, the four Royals put their differences aside to honor the late Queen Elizabeth II, seen walking through Windsor Castle to see the floral tributes many people left to honor their late Queen.
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In the photo, we see the Prince and Princess of Wales standing next to Meghan and Harry as they walk through the castle. None of them are looking at each other, wearing all-black clothes, and making their way through the tributes. Tensions have risen between the two couples ever since Meghan and Harry left the royal family two years ago, with both Princes expecting apologies from one another. It’s a classic feud stand-off, but it seems to have taken a slight pause to attend to the late Queen’s proceedings.
The late Queen passed away on Sept. 8 at Balmoral Castle at 96 years old, with her funeral being held on Sept. 19 at Westminster Abbey.
Even as casual British royal family observers, there’s still so much we don’t know about what happens in the House of Windsor. 2022 is poised to be a memorable year for the royal family. But with historic highs come lows and pitfalls. Royal biographer Tina Brown takes readers from the troubling years following Princess Diana’s death, to the rift between Princes William and Harry, the scandals of now-King Andrew, and the late Queen Elizabeth’s steady resolve through it all in The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor — the Truth and the Turmoil
. Brown’s book features new, intimate details about the royal family, and contemplates how the House of Windsor moves into a new era.
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